What about his post said the new team is giving him more? He clearly said he was taking "way less money". Or did you even read it?
He wants to be part of something that’s growing and getting in early can lead to windfalls
He’s a young guy with a growing family and probably isn’t gonna spend the rest of his life making money tournament to tournament and doing 13 30 minute TV shows a year
Ground floor is good time to get in and improve career direction over time.
My bet he is laying the groundwork for his future. He can’t do what he is doing forever.
And who knows how many arrows he sold for Gold Tip!
It’s a poor workman that blames his tools.
Easton gold tip victory they Rr all the same in the hands of a pro. Same with all equipment. Think optics does Swarovski vs Zeiss vs leica matter. No. But as long as they are not using tasco or bushnell it won’t matter.
its usually pretty obvious by what i post. :)
But 4 times in a row? The others are deleted now...
And he still had to/ has to 'walk the walk' on the competition line.
i only posted one time...and i didnt remove anything...so it must have been a glitch in the bowsite matrix.
That’s certainly not a change that’s made for quality of equipment purposes. Nor would it have any impact on him, killing anything he wanted to.
Levi , most likely could whop anyone on this forum shooting a 40 year old bear whitetail 2 & Easton game getters, in an indoors 20yd Blueface match.
Oh, and how many thousands of practice shots per day/week/month/year.
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Crazy stupid.....I can sqeeeeeez the trigger on a gun all day. To do the same with a bow will drive me nuts. ?????????..
it's all in your head. A friend of mine won a bunch of pro shoots, shot a clean 560 field, etc, and used to say "aiming's over rated." Essentially what Bodie said, "the dot moves all over but i just keep squeezing the release and they just go in the middle" to paraphrase. Ben shot his release the same way, squeezed it just like a rifle trigger, and watched the dot move around "like watching tv." It all depends on what your brain lets you do.