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    Help me think of some legal bows for this class. I can think of: Dryad IC 23 MINS Lazarev Maybe the white feather lark as a budget option? What else is legal
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    Thinking about getting one of these, does anyone have any experience with them? They make really good stuff, but was just curious as to this particular riser. Any input would be great. Thanks
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    Looking at different forums it seems most use some form of aiming instead of instinctive shooting. This gives me the impression that most aim and just a small percentage shoot instinctive, is that correct?
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    I am curious whether anyone here uses (or thinks it might be useful) to combine a fixed crawl with instinctive/subconscious gapping type shooting. The theory being that because the gaps at hunting distances are much smaller with a fixed crawl, there is a more consistent sight picture for the...
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    I asked In a different thread about a reasonable expectation, for the number of arrows a person might shoot regularly to become proficient at instinctive shooting. Longbowguy offered this response: Lbg, you are a rascal. I just went on the record in a completely different thread, saying I...
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    Well I was in the mood to make a run at this class, but didn't have a riser that would be competitive. Knowing Border archery has built a few for this class it was a no brainer to contact Sid. I had 3 requests. I wanted some blue for color, a cms style grip, and I needed it in time for trials...
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    I have been stringwalking (trying)to put my point on the bullseye to make my shot.This style of shooting and trying to be perfect every arrow has kind of taken the fun out of shooting for me.Going backwards to enjoy the sport once more.
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    Question: How much wood needs to be on a wood riser to qualify for WA instinctive class? We are brainstorming new products for this year. thanks, Mike
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    I was just reading the rules for the World Archery 3D Instinctive class, and this has me confused. The bow may include a single adjustable limb for tiller adjustment only, but may not have adjustable limb pockets for bow weight adjustment. From this I'm presuming a Border Black Douglas ILF...
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    Yes, it is real and is very simple, "through repetition a human can get very good at pointing something like a Bow or a shotgun or a Spear, or other projectiles at a Target be it a catchers mitt or a Pheasant on the rise." Eye-hand coordination and the brain all work together to make...
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    Hey guys, I'm new to this forum so first of all hi everyone, hope everyone's well and shooting straight 🙂. I'd like to ask if anyone could recommend some good reading material on instinctive archery? Ive been doing it for around 3 years just, but I think i've seen just about every video on YT on...
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    I just began my stickbow journey last week. My end goal here is to begin primitive hunting and with that comes quick instinctive shooting. I am only shooting at ten yards right now but am keeping them in a pie plate about 85% of the time. I am asking for some critique here if people would be...
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    Hey y'all I think I may have posted this in the wrong forum. So after a 5 year hiatus from shooting, my interest has peaked again, of course I now have a six year old step son interested in learning so that's part of the motivation. In the past I was a target archer, 3d shooter and hunter...
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    Can someone please tell me, what adjustments must be done on a wooden ILF riser that the riser according to the rules of WA 3D instinctive class? Thanks for your feedback jarda
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    Does anyone change their aiming or shooting style depending on what they're shooting? I've seemed to have decent luck aiming instinctively with birds and rabbits but at longer distances (my target in the back yard. Not confident in my shot enough to take a deer humanly yet.) I find gap shooting...
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    Hi all I'm relatively new to all this. I was wondering whether there was a list/tips of varied training techniques for instinctive shooting and shooting in varied positions to improve hunting/field 3D? Reason I ask is just went to my local field course and they have added extra stakes to...
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    If recently started to experiment with shooting three fingers under and gapping with the point of the arrow. After a bit of shaky start, I'm quickly finding I can shoot more accurately with a lower poundage now especially after tuning my arrows with an aiming reference. However I'm torn as I...
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    What do you guys make of this video? Throw out the instinctive part. I am just talking about how they set up these bows to shoot fingers. From what I know about setting up a trad bow it seams like this is not going to actually work. Just about everything seems wrong lol.
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    I read through the thread on How Good are You, good stuff. I'm self taught, learned a lot lurking here, but still want to get better. I have a solid shot sequence, am always conscious of form and improving it. These two things have helped a great deal. I fight target panic, so a solid sequence...
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    We are stuck with the term. It has an individual personal definition. Here is my take on it. :) there is an instinctive gene. If you got it you really can't explain it. Some our gurus write several hundred pages that we buy, read and try it much to our dismay. By the way the books are...
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