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 Difinition of Your Shooting School Experience

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Join date : 2012-01-14
Age : 65
Location : Dimondale, MI 48821

PostSubject: Difinition of Your Shooting School Experience   Sun 22 Apr 2012, 10:12 am

Rick's Shooting School - Archery 101 - The Real Deal - Back Tension - Solid Front Solid Back - Anchor Point - Pad the Bow Shelf - Two Point Anchor - Appreciate Your Site Picture - Read the Angles - Hit where your Looking - Your Routine - Do you know what you Did then Just Move Forward Make the needed correction - Distance to Target Don't Know and Don't Care - Hold, Hold & Hold...... 3 of these will by you 2seconds.

How should someone define these terms or the experience one departs with after leaving Rick's School.  I will be 62 this year, and have been shooting since i was 12 and for the first time in all that time i can define what the mechanics\love of archery really is.  Thanks Rick so Kindly for just putting your self out there and teaching by example and results!

PS - don't wait until you are 62....................

Ray Ettinger
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