Anchoring

The key to shooting a bow and arrow and group your arrows within an acceptable area, is consistency.

It doesn’t matter if you have the world’s best sight on the market, if you can’t shoot consistently, it won’t matter.

The key to consistency is, practice.

One of the things that you will have to get used to is anchoring.

Anchoring is putting a part of your hand to a point on or near your face.

I can’t tell you how to anchor your draw, but I can tell you how I anchor my draw.

I draw back and I always have the second knuckle of my pointing finger a anchored on the corner of my mandible.

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Release Me!

Release aids have been become more popular in the last few of years.

When I first started, there were very few people that wanted to shoot with a release.  Everyone was still doing the finger release.

There is a downside to finger releasing.  Some actually think that if they don’t do it right, you could roll the string, which could affect the flight of the arrow.  Also, that you could build up more fatigue while drawing back multiple times on a bow string.

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