Civil but Disobedient
I have finished all the pertinent sections of Archery Anatomy by Ray Axford. What I did not find in the book was any mention of bone on bone. In fact, if my interpretation is correct, bone on bone does not exist, at least in the sense that you can create a continuous skeletal connection from your bow hand to your bow arm, without angle changes (i.e. non compressive skeletal orientation). There are many angled connections that exist in the skeletal connections that make up the shooting position. There is much discussion on achieving optimum skeletal alignment for different body configurations. Also a lot of pros and cons for different approaches. Still not a single reference to bone on bone. So maybe I just do not understand the bone on bone concept. So what does bone on bone mean to you?