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PostSubject: Hi from Oxford CT..   Mon 15 Jun 2009, 3:45 pm

My name is Jim Antippas , aka tradspirit, and am glad Dave and Rick set this site up. I have watched Rick's videos numerous times and after speaking with Dave and Rick, have gone from split to three under, w/ thumb knuckle under ear lobe. I am still having a hard time in setting up my fletching to touch my nose on the trailing end Sad without causing me to move my head way over to touch the fletching, and then taking the shot w/o grazing either my nose or m cheek..must be the conformation of my face. But still working on it and enjoying the extra draw length that I have picked up ( from 26 in to 27.5!! Very Happy ) Hope I can continue to learn and improve.
Jim
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PostSubject: Re: Hi from Oxford CT..   Mon 15 Jun 2009, 6:10 pm

Again welcome friend. You should really seriously considering scheduling the shooting school, it will change everything for the absolute better!!!

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