If you're wearing glasses. Get an extra pair, and put a small peice of scotch tape (the opaque kind) on the lense, where your non-dominant eye is and this will allow you to open both eyes with the non-dominant eye not being able to see the target quite clearly. The tape will be placed off center, to the outside of the lense, and should not disrupt yardage estimation. I actuallt started using one of those "blinders" that you put on your hat. It works great.Grant-KS said:Not to mention........Didi, WEAR YOUR GLASSES!!!!!! LOL
Yes, but if you're right-handed (on the string), just use the "left" pin or the "right" target.scooter1967 said:one eye all the way........
i tried two eyes and seen two pins or two targets
If you watch the Olympic technical movies, nearly everybody shoots with both eyes open... and *all* of the Koreans seemed to shoot with both eyes open.Didi said:I would like to know what you think its better for target archery, specially for recurve, to shoot with both eyes opened or just one and why. Thanks!