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OK. It's hell week at my place. I'm paying for taking the summer and spring off from shooting to help my son get ready for football season. I can go out to my range (which happens to be my front yard) and shoot one round of arrows about as good as I have ever shot, after that I guess muscle fatigue sets in and I go down hilll bad from there. I will definately try to shoot more next summer. This is tough!
 

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If I took the summer off, I would probably go thru withdrawls and have to be commited.Kudos to you for helping your son out.Awesome father.:)
 

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I'm too addicted to stop for a summer break. Better late than never though...keep up the good work!
 

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I never quit shooting for an extended period of time if I can help it, even in the winter.Now that I started shooting traditional this year practice has become even more critical for me now.
 

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I shoot year round. The longest I go is maybe a week due to vacations/conferences. Try turning down your draw weight a bit until you get back into the swing of things. You don't want to develop any bad habits due to struggling with the draw.:darkbeer:
 
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