It Is important to Know Your Bow And How It Works!
A compound bow is easier and takes less energy to pull the cable back to be fully drawn. They are designed for performance, accuracy and speed.
Bow hunting is part of our ancestral legacy. The bow and arrow were used long before the gun powder was even a concept and together. Silent and deadly, the bow and arrow challenge you to become better and overcome your limits.
You need to train for the different weather conditions so you know the minimum length you can make the best shot.
You have to determine your dominant eye. The fancy name is “ocular Dominance”. Your dominant eye is usually the same side as your writing hand. To determine your dominant eye place your hands at arms length, press your thumbs and forefingers together to form a triangle opening. Keeping both eyes open , look through the triangle and centre on something, like your doorknob. Close one eye, then the other. The doorknob stays in place with one eye and jumps with the other. Your dominant eye will keep the doorknob centered in the triangle. Archers who are right-eye dominant should shoot right-handed, archers who are left-eye dominant shoot left-handed.
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