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Contributors to this thread:
Rsquared 06-Jan-21
JohnMC 06-Jan-21
Rsquared 06-Jan-21
Dale06 06-Jan-21
Tilzbow 06-Jan-21
Rsquared 06-Jan-21
Rsquared 06-Jan-21
Bowboy 06-Jan-21
Woods Walker 06-Jan-21
Junior 07-Jan-21
SCM292 07-Jan-21
Bill J. 07-Jan-21
Will 07-Jan-21
Live2Hunt 07-Jan-21
x-man 07-Jan-21
From: Rsquared
06-Jan-21

Rsquared's embedded Photo
Rsquared's embedded Photo
Did a quick paper tune set up. How's this look?

From: JohnMC
06-Jan-21
Looks out of focus. But arrow through paper is good.

From: Rsquared
06-Jan-21
My phone takes terrible pics. Really blurry

From: Dale06
06-Jan-21
Yup, bullet hole.

From: Tilzbow
06-Jan-21
Assuming you shit that from 5 to 7 feet, back up another 5 feet and make sure you’re still getting a perfect hole.

From: Rsquared
06-Jan-21
I was at about 3 feet? I thought your suppose to do it from 3-6 ft?

From: Rsquared
06-Jan-21
I'm not getting that perfect bullet hole every time tho. I need to work on my grip and work on keeping it consistent

From: Bowboy
06-Jan-21
That's what your looking for.

From: Woods Walker
06-Jan-21
Tilz......LMAO!!!!

From: Junior
07-Jan-21
Inconsistency can come from grip and a few others. Such as spine and arrow tune. Do you spin tune your arrows?

From: SCM292
07-Jan-21
Tilz, we know what you meant, but that ‘shot’ was funny!

From: Bill J.
07-Jan-21
Tilz, I almost spit my coffee all over after reading that!! Comment of the year!!

From: Will
07-Jan-21
I dont care if it's auto correct or not, that post of Tilz is the best thing I've seen on the internet, maybe for ever... ha ha ha!!!!

OP, yes, bullet hole = good.

From: Live2Hunt
07-Jan-21
Yup, pretty good a shitting from that far!!!! LMFAO, that was a soup spitter for sure.

From: x-man
07-Jan-21
Can't work on your grip till you get your draw length figured out.

Don't lock and hyperextend your bow arm. Keep all finger, wrist and hand muscles limp and loose. While you're at full draw some one should be able to wiggle your thumb and any finger with ease. Bow against the imaginary line between your lifeline and the fat part of your thumb, knuckles at a 45 degree angle(like a traffic cop's "stop" sign). Looking straight down from above, your right upper-arm should be parallel(in line with) to the arrow.

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