I am new here so I'll start off with a little hint to anyone shooting a Howard Hill long bow. I switched from a recurve to a long bow and have been struggling with being able to shoot it as well as my recurve. A buddy of mine told me that adding a quiver full of arrows and using heavy arrows could help alot. Weight=Stability=Accuracy. I was already shooting 2314's out of this 60# bow, but I added a 175 grain head and a 27"Lg. piece of rope inserted into the shaft and made these arrows weigh 863 grains. I know this sounds ridiculously heavy but I swear it improved my arrow flight and my groups got a lot smaller in a hurry. I had to adjust my instincter but that was complete in about a day. Try it if your having trouble. It might work for you too.