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    I've been toying with different string grip techniques for fun and wondered what the advantages disadvantages were? I seem to like the tertiary draw (two fingers under and pinch the nock), the arrow wants to come off the shelf sometimes but i think I could beat this with practice. I feel like...
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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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    I am looking for different thoughts and explanations (good and bad) on the varying drawing techniques. 1. US Archery NTS method 2. Performace Archery w/Alistair Whittingham dynamic posture. 3. Jimmy Blackmons videos on rotational draw. I am sure there are some other variations out there...
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    Thanks again to those who've shared all the excellent videos. It just occurred to me that I wasn't sure whether any featured someone using a high nockset and a fixed crawl together. Can these two techniques be used in conjunction or does arrow flight start getting "squirrelly"? I would think...
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    I will be installing HIT inserts on new Beman MFX shafts, and I've read that this can be done effectively using hot melt glue instead of epoxy, allowing easier removal of the insert if necessary. My other concern is aligning my broadheads - should I forget using the little green tool in favor of...
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    The King has no clothes! The Earth is not flat, it is not round either, it is a bumpy oblate spheroid. Elvis is not dead, he went home. My preference is always helical, left or right does not make a difference. The ONLY difference I have EVER been able to conclusively prove in the great...
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    I'm not the most experienced stillhunter. I spend most of my time whitetail hunting viewing the world from a position high in the trees. And from that viewpoint, I've put a lot of meat on the ground. But I still enjoy stillhunting and have had some success with it. Mostly, I figured it was...
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    After purchasing the new Easton Navigator FMJ shafts, I spent all of January and most of February trying to tune them. In the end I had tried 4 sets of limbs (2 sets marked 34#, 1 marked 32# and 1 marked 30#) on two different risers. I was following the bare shaft procedures out lined in...
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