Originally Posted by primer1
E turn: that isn't bad shooting, as stated above. I can do better, but not much, and that's with 15 years of practice. Many times it is the compound bow, too. If it isn't set up just right, accuracy goes out the door.
It could be the bow. But I kinda view blaming the bow as a copout. I could dial in the last peg a little, and I probably will tomorrow. But the way I see it, is kinda the same as I see it with a gun. If I cant shoot distance in practice, then I cant trust myself to shoot mid range in real. I don't take shots that I am not proof positive that I will make.
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