Perfected Archery Technique For Every Bowhunting Shot

Perfected Archery Technique For Every Bowhunting Shot

June 1st, 2010 / Posted by David / No Comments

At The Moment Of Truth, Only One Thing Stands Between You And The Buck Of Your Dreams – Your Shooting Form. Check out this archery shooting form tips.

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What is the proper form for shooting a compound bow?

What is the proper form for shooting a compound bow?

July 21st, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

Tips on the correct way to shoot a bow and arrow.

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How can I determine my best anchor point?

How can I determine my best anchor point?

June 29th, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

Question: How can I determine my best anchor point? Answer: Much of determining an anchor point is personal preference, but there are some good suggested starting points. For years the standard starting point for the finger shooter has been the index finger in corner of the mouth. A higher anchor, such as the middle finger [...]

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Five Ways to Increase Penetration

Five Ways to Increase Penetration

February 9th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

After Hitting Your Target, A Bowhunter’s Goal Is To Drive The Arrow As Far Into The Game As Possible, Here’s How To Do That. A complete pass-through is always the goal for two reasons: it assures two holes for better blood trailing and produces an arrow that makes it much easier to determine the type of hit that occurred and help you decide when and how to follow the blood trail. By using hevy arrows (easton st axis fmjs) and sharp broadheads, this nice eight-point fell for Dave Eder within 30 yards of impact.

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Randy Ulmer’s Guide To Field Shooting Success

Randy Ulmer’s Guide To Field Shooting Success

February 2nd, 2009 / Posted by David / No Comments

One of the country’s premier bowhunters and many-times world 3D and Field Shooting champion shares his secrets for consistently-accurate shooting at game.

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Bow-Hand Torque

Bow-Hand Torque

January 19th, 2009 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

Learn How To Eliminate One Of The Biggest Causes Of Fouled Shots. Your grip is the only place you actually touch the bow and ultimately how well you shoot it depends upon your ability to achieve a consistent torque-free hand position….SLOW MOTION ARCHERY VIDEO EMBEDDED AT BOTTOM OF ARTICLE.

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Tricks For The Moment Of Truth

Tricks For The Moment Of Truth

December 22nd, 2008 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

The moment of truth is very intense. You have to deal with many decisions during a few adrenaline charged seconds. The more decisions you can make before the encounter and the more distractions you can eliminate from the sight picture the easier it will be to make good.

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Perfected Technique For Every Shot

Perfected Technique For Every Shot

November 20th, 2008 / Posted by edersbow.com / No Comments

By Bill Winke Bowhunting is not a game of inches, it is a game of fractions of an inch. Getting yourself in position for a shot takes a lot of hard work. What happens next can affect the outcome of your whole season. Beyond woodsmanship, your ability to handle your tackle with proficiency is the [...]

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