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PostSubject: one eye closed   Fri 15 Jan 2010, 12:37 pm

I ordered the instructional shooting volume 2 about 2 months ago and have been working with it sense, I have gotten much better, and I am going on my first traditional bowhunt this coming weekend. I'm really excited,but had a question. I went to a 3d course last week and I have bleen closing one eye while shooting and I really had to work at yardage estimates and this really threw me off. Hopefully I can attend the actual class later this year, but for now I was wondering if I needed to open both eyes, which I've never done before to fix that problem or if it was me just not shooting right or something. Thanks in advance.
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PostSubject: Re: one eye closed   Mon 17 May 2010, 1:41 pm

Clayton
If you want to shoot instinitive you have to keep both eyes open. You can shoot the way you are doing now but the problem is getting the distance right. Untill you can get to the class try to trust your bow arm pick a spot on the target and let your bow arm go were ever it go's. Get about 15 or 20 keep both eyes open let your bow go were ever it go's hole 2 or 3 seconds concentration on the spot on the target you want to hit keep everything still let the release happen on its on while you are looking at the spot an keeping still. If the bow is not shooting were you are looking adjust accordingly.
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PostSubject: Thanks   Mon 30 Aug 2010, 10:30 pm

Thanks for the reply. It's nice to get an answer to a question. Even when it's not one that I would have expected an answer too.

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