Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall

Don't know what kinda draw it is.

Messages posted to thread:
George D. Stout 11-Oct-18
Mountain Man 11-Oct-18
Ken Williams 11-Oct-18
Knifeguy 11-Oct-18
Bassman 11-Oct-18
ButchMo 11-Oct-18
Kodiak 11-Oct-18
monkeyball 11-Oct-18
mahantango 11-Oct-18
Pa Steve 11-Oct-18
lost run 11-Oct-18
2 bears 11-Oct-18
CStyles 11-Oct-18
George D. Stout 11-Oct-18
col buca 11-Oct-18
George D. Stout 11-Oct-18
Sam Dunham 11-Oct-18
Linecutter 11-Oct-18
4nolz@work 11-Oct-18
Wayne Hess 11-Oct-18
Babbling Bob 11-Oct-18
Tree 11-Oct-18
Clydebow 11-Oct-18
From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Oct-18

You be the judge, but I don't need to know as it will only confuse me. ;) This is from this past May, with my Blackhawk Scorpion, and Duraflight fiberglass arrows. The shots are just short of sixty feet...about 18 yards.

From: Mountain Man
Date: 11-Oct-18

I’d say that’s the Stout strut

A hybrid style of the get it done theory developed in the Pensilvania area of the USA in the early 60’s

From: Ken Williams
Date: 11-Oct-18

Great shooting !

From: Knifeguy
Date: 11-Oct-18

Nice shooting George. I think my draw and release is very similar to yours. Even the right leg position is roughly the same. I think we should call it the WA-PA draw! Lance

From: Bassman Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 11-Oct-18

I am counting one thousand one thousand two ,and arrow leaves the bow. Quicker than my shot sequence by a second or two. That is good shooting no matter who you are.You are a living example of how you can shoot a bow with real accuracy until you croak.That is why it is such a great sport.

From: ButchMo
Date: 11-Oct-18

Nice shooting George. Don't worry about what kind of draw it is. I'm quite sure one of the resident experts will be here to set you straight. :^)

From: Kodiak
Date: 11-Oct-18


From: monkeyball
Date: 11-Oct-18

Nice shooting George. I could not hear the bow, heard your arrow hit and could hear the vehicles whizz by.......

Your'e under a 2 second hold there, nice steady rhythm.

Good Shooting->->->->Craig

From: mahantango
Date: 11-Oct-18

Pretty sexy legs there George. Seriously, nice consistent shooting.

From: Pa Steve
Date: 11-Oct-18

Looks like a hunters draw to me. Good group George.

From: lost run
Date: 11-Oct-18

Good shooting, nice watching your videos. Thanks George.

From: 2 bears
Date: 11-Oct-18

George I think you might need to add 1/4 twist to the string. :^) Great shooting with any bow. >>>>----> ken

From: CStyles
Date: 11-Oct-18

Nice shooting George. Looks about the same as I shoot (form anyhow, I think you are more consistent). For me shooting has to be enjoyable, meaning fun. While I always try to improve I am not interested in making it so disciplined it is like a part time job. I get enough work at work. I enjoy archery as much from shooting different bows and making my own equipment as I do shooting. I know I would shoot best if I stuck to one bow, but in my mind it would reduce the experience.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Oct-18

Fun is what it's suppose to be. Don't think I would be involved so much if it wasn't.

From: col buca
Date: 11-Oct-18

You are the Man !

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Oct-18

col buca, I'm not even sure what that means when I hear it. I'm just one of 22 million archers here in the USA, and far from the best. Most decent archers can shoot very well, it's just a matter of maintaining form. I suspect there are lots of archers right here on the Leatherwall that can do as well or better, even old farts like me.

From: Sam Dunham Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 11-Oct-18

Looks like a Hybrid draw of some sort. It works, and you anchor and aim, the most needed the components.

From: Linecutter
Date: 11-Oct-18

Now I know how a deer feels being shot at by you :'). I was hearing something between the arrow release and the arrow impact. Don't know if it was the bow or the arrow coming in to the target just before impact. DANNY

From: 4nolz@work
Date: 11-Oct-18

You should be in the next Masters of the Barebow DVD

From: Wayne Hess
Date: 11-Oct-18

The Old Stout Draw, Snap Bamb

From: Babbling Bob Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 11-Oct-18

You looked very comfortable shooting that bow, and based on your good group and smooth shooting, you made that bow seem like it must have been a great bow for the money in its day. Arrows too.

From: Tree
Date: 11-Oct-18

Fine shooting George

From: Clydebow
Date: 11-Oct-18

Looks normal to me.

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