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  • January 6, 2013 at 1:57 am #497501 Back to Top REPORT
    jeffgothro
    JeffGothro

    Age: 44
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    Ok, I took this photo a few weeks back, and listen to everyone criticisms and advice and have corrected my form – I’ve been holding the bow much lower and working on finding my anchor point. Having said that, this brings up a new problem (mabie).

    I’ve been looking at putting a really nice single pin site on here by HHA that adjust vertically for yardage. Now, seeing the green arrow on the picture, lets assume the bow is lower in the photo and I have near correct or near perfect form. Now, if I have a site that adust vertically, will I have to raise or lower my anchor point, or do I stick to my anchor point and instead raise or lower the bow to compinsate?

    January 6, 2013 at 2:43 am #546279 Back to Top REPORT
    statedriller
    statedriller

    Joined: 9/15/2006
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    Your anchor point is a fixed point. You don’t want to move it. When you adjust the slider, you will raise or lower the bow to get the pin on target. Just like you do now with multiple pins.
    The end is near....
    January 6, 2013 at 2:47 am #546280 Back to Top REPORT
    backhalfed
    backhalfed

    Joined: 10/5/2007
    Location: Ohio
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    You never change your ancher point,your ancher is what makes you shoot consistent.

    1)You draw to your ancher point

    2)Your eye should be lined up wth your peep and sight ring

    3)You keep your peep and sight ring lined up ten put the pin you want on the target

    January 6, 2013 at 3:02 am #546281 Back to Top REPORT
    jeffgothro
    JeffGothro

    Age: 44
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    Got it, thanks.
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