Archery Talk Forum banner

1 - 20 of 22 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,765 Posts
The behind the ear anchor is very interesting, but I would think that after a few shots the anchor would change due to swelling :eek: The excessive sweeling could cause some left and right misses. :D

Darrel
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
83 Posts
I wonder how many feet per second his ear is gonna get?
 

·
Tooth, Fang, Claw
Joined
·
6,268 Posts
Looks to be about a 1/2'" too short. Other than that you're cherry.......
 

·
In 'Da Head
Joined
·
24,266 Posts
If that was my bow, I would kick that guy all the way to the 50 yard target and back. WHERE'S THE ARROW?????? If that thing were to dry fire, goodbye ear, goodbye glasses, goodbye bow and hello Darwin awards!!
I am also in agreement that the drawlength is about 1/2 inch too short.
 

·
In 'Da Head
Joined
·
24,266 Posts
imanut2 said:
Doc, relax...I think he has his eyeglassed nocked :wink:
If he has his eyeglasses nocked, they look awfully underspined to me, not to mention way under IBO 5 gpp.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,765 Posts
Doc, if he turns loose of that string he has more to worry about than bow damage. He is going to need a Doc :D

Darrel
 

·
Registered User
Joined
·
32,710 Posts
How long can you hold that pose and anchor point? LOL!
 

·
In 'Da Head
Joined
·
24,266 Posts
Darrel said:
Doc, if he turns loose of that string he has more to worry about than bow damage. He is going to need a Doc :D

Darrel
I don't think there is anything a doc could do for him. I was thinking more along the lines of a coroner or a psychiatrist.
 

·
Spot Shooter
Joined
·
2,128 Posts
Nice thing about the long draw length is that when your fingers get sore and tired you can hook the string on your ear. :D
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
5,562 Posts
Need a loop

But a loop on it and it will be fine :confused:

Need more back, hip and knee tension though :D
 
1 - 20 of 22 Posts
Top