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PostSubject: Greeting from Sunny Arizona   Wed 12 May 2010, 3:14 pm

Ross McCollum from Peoria (just west of Phoenix), Arizona. I recently retired from Honeywell Inc, after 36+ years. I am now concentrating on the fun things in life like archery, bow hunting, BPCR (Black Powder Cartridge Rifle), fly fishing, and touring with my wife, on his & hers Gold Wing motorcycles.

I have not attended Rick’s class, but I purchased (and watched) volume 2 of the Instructional Shooting Hunting and The Accuracy Factor. I did attend Fred Asbell’s instinctive shooting clinic at Black Widow in May 2006. I purchased Rick’s videos after attending the BW clinic, but I have not tried his style yet.

I thought Fred class was great and I would not hesitate to recommend it. However, I am impressed with Rick’s style and willing to give it a serious attempt. I am particularly anxious to try three-under and the multi-point (ear lobe and feather to nose) to see if I can improve my consistency.

I drew a tag for a November elk hunt in Arizona (Unit 5B North). With over 5 months to practice, I thought this was the perfect time to seriously try Rick’s methods. I have not shot in quite a while, so my plan is to start, this week, with the lighter 46# limbs on my 1996 SAIII. I will use the 56# limbs on the hunt. Since my bow my bow has a split finger tiller I my need to help in tuning.

Thanks for setting up this forum. The timing for your new site, for me, is perfect.

Good Luck and Good Shooting
Ross
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PostSubject: Re: Greeting from Sunny Arizona   Wed 12 May 2010, 4:03 pm

This isn't just a forum, it's a brotherhood! We are a group of addicts, addicted to accuracy, come see us often for your "fix". We'll get you squared away for your Elk hunt. Welcome on behalf of everyone!

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