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PostSubject: Re: HEY RICK   Fri 14 May 2010, 10:26 pm

Rick,

Hey.......this is Don Montgomery and I was one of the fortunate people that got to spend an hour with you back in December here in WV. It seems that I have "developed" a problem with my string........more precisely my nocking point hitting right below my right eye when I release. I didn't have this problem before, and it is really making my practice sessions shorter than I would like for them to be. I don't know if I am turning my head into the string, or if I am digging to far into my anchor. Any suggestions, as to what might be my problem, and how to stop it would be deeply appreciated.

Thank-You...........in advance.

Don
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PostSubject: Re: HEY RICK   Mon 17 May 2010, 12:44 am

Hey, Don
You have your thumb layed flat down on the palm of your hand this is getting the string to close to your face.
Keep your thumb out away from your palm that will get the string off your face and fix your problem.
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PostSubject: Re: HEY RICK   Tue 18 May 2010, 8:41 pm

Rick,

You were absolutely CORRECT !!!!

I've been fighting with this for several weeks now, and it was something as "simple" as that. I paid more attention to how far I was mashing my thumb into my anchor (on earlobe) and it has gone away. We shot for about two hours today and for the first time in about a month and a half I don't look like I took a right cross from Rocky Balboa.

Thank-You very much sir, for your response.

Now......back to my "not dropping my bow arm"........problem.

Don
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