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Post by Parkersdad on Thu Jan 16, 2014 4:50 pm

I have a new recurve and am really excited about getting into the world of instinctive shooting.  If I get proficient with it I may set up a compound bow to shoot instinctive as well. I thought it would be fun in the off-season to start a thread on how to shoot instinctive. I would like to hear everyone's tips and techniques on instinctive shooting. Let us know the how-to's.   Do you use three or four fingers, do you point or aim the arrow, do you look at the target, Etc. You get the point. Let the tips begin.


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Post by Waiting4Fall on Thu Jan 16, 2014 11:28 pm

I shoot 3 under. It goes without saying but bow/arrow setup are really critical. You really have to know what your doing with all aspects of your form, and bow/arrow setup. When analyzing your accuracy you think "A" needs tweeked, but in reality "A" is just fine. "C" is what needs tweeked. Something as too much pressure on one finger can affect your shot, and you may think it's something else.

My point is this? If you, or anyone, is just getting started, and you do not have deep knowledge of what I stated above, you need to get with someone who has that knowledge.  This will avoid you getting bad habits, which will haunt you for a very long time. Save years of trial & error. If your really serious about learning to shoot instinctive, head to Conway Arkansas. Take Rick's class.

You can see hundreds of people's testimonies of how great it is, mine included. However, you have to be there, in person, to see it for yourself. It's really that big of a deal!

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Post by Dale Brubaker on Sun Feb 02, 2014 11:14 pm

Personal coaching is the best and there are many people who hold classes: Mike Fedora,Fred Asbell/Black Widow and Rod Jenkins -to name just a few. Another source for a shooting overview are the Masters of the Barebow DVDs. Good Luck

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