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Old 08-06-2020, 06:42 PM   #1
texan16
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Been shooting my bow quite a bit in the evenings here lately, one cause their ain't much else to do and two cause I just like to practice. Any rate, the last 3 days the 3" dot looked about 30" at 50 yds and I was filling it up. Today it looked about 3 centimeters and I had a hard time staying consistent. Started me thinking back to when I was playing ball and I would get "in the zone" and the baseball looked like a beachball floating up there and other days it looked like a bb going 100 mph. Any rate, don't get discouraged if you're a little inconsistent from time to time, and go to making a lot of changes to your set up. Just keep shooting and you will be good.
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Old 08-06-2020, 10:08 PM   #2
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Been shooting my bow quite a bit in the evenings here lately, one cause their ain't much else to do and two cause I just like to practice. Any rate, the last 3 days the 3" dot looked about 30" at 50 yds and I was filling it up. Today it looked about 3 centimeters and I had a hard time staying consistent. Started me thinking back to when I was playing ball and I would get "in the zone" and the baseball looked like a beachball floating up there and other days it looked like a bb going 100 mph. Any rate, don't get discouraged if you're a little inconsistent from time to time, and go to making a lot of changes to your set up. Just keep shooting and you will be good.
Heck yeah I know what you mean. I've been in my zone after making a minor tweak to my Vertix.....then i got out my Hoyt CS and drilled a few good shots with no sights with the Hoyt. Man I love that bow. I shoot at 25yds, 30 and 45 yds.

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