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PostSubject: Shooting Longer Distances   Tue 18 Nov 2014, 11:00 pm

I use a high anchor, three under, and at more than about 35 yards my bow arm is so high that I cant see the spot I want to hit for the tip of my arrow. What do yall do about this? Is my anchor too high? I use my middle finger at the corner of my mouth, which puts the cock feather at my nose. I find I cant focus on the spot cause my arrow covers up the spot.
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