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PostSubject: three under or one over?   Fri 25 Mar 2011, 5:48 pm

Hello Rick.
I'm new to both archery and this forum. I don't like the computer so much, so I'll keep it short.
Question: Should I stick with way to position my draw hand on the strings (three under or one over) or switch it up depending on distance?

What I've tried: I have greater accuracy with three under when withing 20 meters. But I have greater accuracy with one over beyond 20 meters unless I'm shooting down hill.

What do you suggest? Keep it consistent or change it up depending on the conditions?

Thanks,
Enoch
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