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I just signed up for private archery lessons. Not recurve competition but compound so I can expand my skill for hunting. Any tip

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  • I just signed up for private archery lessons. Not recurve competition but compound so I can expand my skill for hunting. Any tip

    I just signed up for private archery lessons. Not recurve competition but compound so I can expand my skill for hunting. Any tips to look for with my new instructor to make sure he knows hi stuff. Thanks.

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    A lot can be said for a smooth release and following through with each shot.

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    • #3
      spending a lot of time on stance and form before he ever lets you shoot the first arrow...

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      • #4
        He checks your draw lenght, arrows, your ability to hold draw weight,bow tuning,form, and your equipment in general. Has you practice shooting standing, kneeling, sitting, (for hunting situations) You will know a good instructor-he/she will put you at ease and work step by step.

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        • #5
          Thank you allot.
          Seth

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