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Old 01-26-2019, 08:07 PM   #1
bcj jones
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Iíve been trying to get to a pro shop for a while since I got my Halon 32-6. This is my first bow in a long time. Anything you archery pros notice negative about my set up, peep height, where the string rests on my face at full draw, my release etc? I feel like Iím shooting really well, but curious ho my set up/form looks?
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Old 01-28-2019, 11:08 AM   #2
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Not the best video, but...

1) It looks like your draw is a little long, string comes way past your nose nock is behind the eye.
2) Leaning back, probably due to draw being too long.
3) Your release hand looks pretty rigid, try relaxing the non-shooting fingers and palm.

Follow through looks good, hand jumps backward on the release and the bow arm stays up.

Next video, put the camera farther back so we can see the whole body, from feet to top of top limb. Set the target so that the arrow is level when shooting (target should be about shoulder height). Three angles, dominant side, front and rear; overhead would be great as well, but not necessary. A clip of the head and face would be nice, get in close so we can see everything.

How are you shooting? Group size, distance etc. And what are your goals?
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