This is a hint that was sent to us from Dustin Steiger - Warren, PA: In order to hold steadier, open you stance slightly and try to "lower" your bow arm shoulder. It helps to point your bow arm elbow toward the ground as much as possible -- if you open your stance a little you shouldn't twang your arm. Try to relax your shoulder as much as possible letting it seat back against your body. Let your skeleton do most of the holding if you can instead of you muscles -- YOUR SKELETON IS MUCH STRONGER! Relax your muscles as much as possible while still keeping the bow up -- you WILL hold steadier!!!
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THE HUNTERS AND THE HUNTED
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FOCUS ON THE TARGET
Here at Spot~Hogg we have just experienced some Carbon extreme 3-d arrows from Game tracker Archery. We fletched up a 1/2 dozen and came to the conclusion that, so far, these are the best arrows we've tested. They are grouping in sizes of nickels and pennies. These arrows are wonderful!
If you find that your arrows are not grouping, try rotating the nock so that your next vane or feather becomes your cock vane or feather. Shoot the arrow again and see if it groups better. It is possible that the seam of the arrow or high spine of the arrow is the cause.