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PostSubject: Getting ready to take class   Tue 01 Mar 2011, 12:16 pm

I have purchased the Accuracy Factory DVD and have been trying to imitate everything in the DVD so that I will be ready to try and go to take a class in April. I have RW 4" feathers and I can touch my nose with them. I shoot right handed. And my second anchor point is the little cartilaged protusion just above the earlobe. I think that's where my anchor should be. When I get on it I can hear it as well as feel it. Some of my shots still go left. So I took off the hard leather strike plate and put on some velcro on the shelf and strike plate. That seemed to help but still some left arrows. I used the Stu Miller spine calculator and my bow and arrows are matched up within a 1/2 pound. Any suggestions on how to move my arrows a little more to the right. To where I am looking. Thanks.
Mike
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