Many of the lessons I’ve learned over the years have been related to the behavior of the animals I’ve hunted and how a person with a bow can get close enough for a clean shot.
However, just as important are the lessons I’ve learned that determine how accurately that shot can be placed. The most important lesson I’ve learned about arrow flight? Nock travel.
Bow design has gotten a lot better over the last 30 years, but there were times when the manufacturers made bows that could not be tuned, period. You literally had to disassemble and modify some of them in order to get an arrow to fly true. Most people, of course, didn’t do...
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