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PostSubject: Specific Accuracy Goals   Tue 18 May 2010, 10:36 am

What are your accuracy goals? Although I don't measure distance, I'm working on consistently hitting a 1.5 inch dot @ what I feel is comparable to 50 yds. I'm currently within 12 inches, sometimes less than that. Also, I'd like to win a 3D shoot, & most importantly keep making clean kills on animals.

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PostSubject: Re: Specific Accuracy Goals   Wed 19 May 2010, 9:20 pm

This is my first year shooting IBO at the state level. My goal is to at least be competitive. So far, I've placed 2nd in the first 2 legs of the Michigan Triple Crown. 3rd leg is this weekend. Then the Michigan State Championship in August. Thanks to Rick's videos I'm meeting my goals. Jim
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PostSubject: Re: Specific Accuracy Goals   Thu 20 May 2010, 10:03 pm

Jim Boettcher wrote:
This is my first year shooting IBO at the state level. My goal is to at least be competitive. So far, I've placed 2nd in the first 2 legs of the Michigan Triple Crown. 3rd leg is this weekend. Then the Michigan State Championship in August. Thanks to Rick's videos I'm meeting my goals. Jim

Man that's great! cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Specific Accuracy Goals   Thu 20 May 2010, 11:49 pm

My goal is simple: to shoot better than rick himself! LOL Ha Ha but seriosly id like to win a few buckles on my local level & at some point shoot in a ibo shoot.
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PostSubject: Re: Specific Accuracy Goals   Thu 27 May 2010, 9:26 pm

Razz I don t have any accuracy improvement goals. I am looking for the feeling of oneness with the process of shooting on a regular basis. To me it is experiencing the process and learning more about myself as I shoot. Rick's system has been a huge help on this path.
Measuring the fequency with which I can find this center during the shooting process is my goal. The result at the target will and does amaze as long as my mind does allow my ego to be quieted. Too much ??????????
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PostSubject: Re: Specific Accuracy Goals   Thu 27 May 2010, 10:25 pm

FredWalker wrote:
Razz I don t have any accuracy improvement goals. I am looking for the feeling of oneness with the process of shooting on a regular basis. To me it is experiencing the process and learning more about myself as I shoot. Rick's system has been a huge help on this path.
Measuring the fequency with which I can find this center during the shooting process is my goal. The result at the target will and does amaze as long as my mind does allow my ego to be quieted. Too much ??????????


Ahh, your quest for you zen in archery has begun, grasshopper. I' don't say that chideingly at all, that's deep & awesome. Knowing your martial arts background, it makes perfect sense. Although we are in Rick Welchville here in this forum, I think this vid may apply/appeal to you Mr. Fred. Smile You rock on, in your quest of oneness w/ your equipment. We're all cheering you on!

P.S. when I saw "emptymind" films, I thought Jason Turley opened a production company & didn't tell me about it! Razz Wink geek clown