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PostSubject: Repeatability and Rick's shooting method   Fri 16 Apr 2010, 10:09 am

I live in Michigan, which means that my archery practice drops off tremendously through the winter months. In fact, I'll admit that this year I did not pick up my bow between November 2009 and March 2010, mostly for work related reasons.

In the past, it has always taken me weeks to get back to the point where I could aim well enough to stick arrows into my target reliably from 10-15 yards after a long winter break.

But this year was different. I was just thinking this morning how amazing it was to get back in shooting form after learning Rick's shooting method. Three arrows. That was it -- I shot three arrows and one went 8 inches wide, one went 10 inches high, and the next went into center of the target. After that, my practices have all been refinement of a solid shooting platform, rather than getting frustrated trying to redevelop one in the first place.

I'm just amazed at how easy and repeatable Rick's system is. You learn it and it's there forever and it keeps working even when you don't. I still have a lot of practice to get back to where I was during hunting season, but I'm nailing my target from any distance I can get in my yard. This is just awesome.
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PostSubject: Re: Repeatability and Rick's shooting method   Wed 12 May 2010, 9:13 pm

"dd" I could not agree more. I will never forget how before taking the course with Rick, I was always searching and "getting it" and loosing it.
It seemed that I was not shooting with relaxed confidence until spending two days with Rick. I sure wish others would listen and see for themselves. Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Repeatability and Rick's shooting method   Thu 13 May 2010, 6:52 am

FredWalker wrote:
"dd" I could not agree more. I will never forget how before taking the course with Rick, I was always searching and "getting it" and loosing it.
It seemed that I was not shooting with relaxed confidence until spending two days with Rick. I sure wish others would listen and see for themselves. Sad

During the last year & 1/2 here is what I've learned, If you show them they will come! I've been telling folks worldwide about what Rick can do for them. It's come at a price in some ways, but the mutually beneficial results for Rick, who makes his living this way, & the folks who have improved their accuracy beyond comprehension has made it all worth it.

Can a brotha get a little help?! Join me in helping aacurize the ranks of the traditional archery community, one archer at a time. Spread the word, get on every trad forum you can find & tell them WE ARE HERE! It's a "win win", everyone benefits. Let's do it!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Repeatability and Rick's shooting method   Thu 11 Jul 2013, 8:33 pm

I have been telling everyone about Ricks methods. All my bowhunting friends come to me when they get frustrated & I teach them the exact set up & shooting form I have learned from Ricks videos. My improvement is remarkable. I'm even starting out young archers & hunters using these methods. I only wish I could find both the money & time to make it to Arkansas to take his class. I would just like to shake his hand!
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