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Mike Slinkard of Winner's Choice Bowstrings demonstrates excellent shooting form here.
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Bow quivers are handy but if you shoot with one attached to your bow, choose a solid, bow-hugging design like this one from Tight Spot.
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A well-tuned bow, good arrows and a crisp release will provide consistency like this.
Tight groups like this are possible given the archer uses good shooting form and top-quality equipment.
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This is a great way to adjust your third-axis leveling feature on your bowsight.
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Trophy Taker's Shuttle T-Lock broadhead is an excellent choice for the toughest big-game animals.
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Concentration is not something you think about, it's something that is learned through proper shooting instruction and focus.
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Some bowhunters will find using four vanes instead of three more accurate when using faster arrow speeds and larger broadheads.
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Serving in a bit of serving on the lower inside of the loop will provide more downward-arrow pressure, which tends to deliver more shooting consistency.
Strong, dependable sights like the Sonoran Mini-D help maintain a secure sight-in despite rough hunting country.
Proper draw length is crucial to shoot accurately and comfortably.

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