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new bow #7530177 06/08/19 11:28 PM
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little while back I asked the ? about recurve or compound, have had the compound, decided to go the recurve, with my back issues I didn't go very much pull weight, I think there is a term for not using the add on sights, anyway that's how I am shooting and doin pretty good, like I posted before, just trying to stay moving.


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With practie and good form it can be eye opening how well shooting and hitting your target can go.

Congrats and keep moving


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Re: new bow [Re: colt45] #7530629 06/09/19 06:53 PM
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Originally Posted by colt45
little while back I asked the ? about recurve or compound, have had the compound, decided to go the recurve, with my back issues I didn't go very much pull weight, I think there is a term for not using the add on sights, anyway that's how I am shooting and doin pretty good, like I posted before, just trying to stay moving.


There are several terms for not using the sights, split vision, instinctive, point on, gap, and probably a few more. Glad you are shooting good, i shoot wheelies and trad and ted to prefer trad. Look up TBOT and try to get to a 3d match of two, it is a lot of fun

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I highly suggest Fred Asabell's books on instinctive shooting. Available at thrift & discount books sites.

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thanks all


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Re: new bow [Re: pertnear] #7531557 06/10/19 06:42 PM
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Originally Posted by pertnear
I highly suggest Fred Asabell's books on instinctive shooting. Available at thrift & discount books sites.

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I got one off ebay for $5.


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Re: new bow [Re: pertnear] #7536856 06/18/19 12:33 AM
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Originally Posted by pertnear
I highly suggest Fred Asabell's books on instinctive shooting. Available at thrift & discount books sites.

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book came today, thanks for turning me on to it, improvement immediately


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