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  1. Did I waste my money or...?

    How to Shoot
    Okay, so I'm new to traditional archery. Or effectively new, at least. When I was little (around 10 or so) I did target shooting with a recurve. I don't remember why I stopped. I forgot basically everything in the meantime, though. I recently started to want to hunt. Due, I think, to my...
  2. STUPID NOOB QUESTION: Overbowed?

    General Archery Discussion
    Hey guys -- absorbing a lot of uber-wisdom here on the forum. Thanks for a great resource. So here is one stupid noob question. My draw weight right now is about 65 pounds. It is not hard to draw, but after a couple hours at the range, my left arm is getting fatigued, leading to accuracy...
  3. My draw weight is too high even on lowest draw weight

    General Archery Discussion
    Hello , I bought an 07 Tribute a while back and it's in 60#-70# which i was stubborn to think I could "Draw". I can pull the bow back with alot of struggle , but I have to lose form and move my head to draw back. I'm not sure what i should do , I'm on a tight budget and can't get a new bow.
  4. Confessions of an Overbowed Beginner

    F.I.T.A, N.A.A., Collegiate Archery, And J.O.A.D.
    I wanted to offer this up as a potential sign post to other beginner archers. I'm currently self-taught in the sense that I'm the one that goes out and works on my form. But when I have questions, I come here and do some research and find things to noodle about. In that sense, most of what...
  5. anyone decreased a 60-70# bow to 55-59# before?

    General Archery Discussion
    I did some searches read some posts and found out some users here decreased their draw weight below their minimum by about 1-5# while they try to work their way back in archery. Is this something that is accomplishable by unscrewing the limb bolts back out more than 3-4 turns? Will a pro-shop do...
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