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  1. Finger Shooting
    When I first came across lever bows I had a wild idea to get a left handed bow but hold the bow in the left hand and use thumb draw with your right hand. Well one my favorite YouTuber Armin Hirmmer who runs an archery range in Malta beat me to it: First Try Off the Shelf with some Issues...
  2. Traditional Archery
    https://youtube.com/shorts/5aFR_wTNRpk?feature=share 1500 a.d. Arab archery manuscript: “To shoot such an arrow, place it first in the palm of your hand and then hold its nock[75] beneath your fingers—the little finger, the ring finger, and the middle finger—in way resembling the count of nine...
  3. WELCOME! New User Forum
    I've found out about this forum on Facebook and decided to check this out. I've got into Mongolian bows and I'm not going anywhere else, so I was wondering if there are others around, and whether there's a community of Mongols around here😜Video of Mongolian style shooting
  4. Traditional Archery
    weight measured here: Smooth Pull 130lb Manchu Imperial Strength Alibow - YouTube
  5. Traditional Archery
    Hello. I am new here, and actually it is the second time I am part of such forums. I posted this thread on the "general archery discussion" and someone recommended me to post it here in the "traditional. So I will try it. I started with archery December 2019, I have enjoyed a lot to built my...
  6. Traditional Archery
    I am a long time Eastern Style shooter transitioning into the hunting world. I just bought a lefty righty bow setup (left handed bow shooting right handed) Joel Turner suggested and am waiting anxiously for it to arrive in the mail. Are there any other eastern style shooters in the hunting game...
  7. Traditional Archery
    I have recently started experimenting with thumb draw (using leather protector for now). One issue I am having is that my arrows’ nocks are somewhat loose (the arrow doesn’t “snap” onto the string), so when I pull, in order for it not to fall forward or move up on the string, I have to stabilize...
  8. Traditional Archery
    I've been looking through various thumb draw videos, and in one of them, the user mentioned that arrows tend to fly to the right unless he lets his bow flop out or something. Then I noticed he was using a loose grip, hand at a 45 degree angle on the bow like I was taught to use. Then I looked at...
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