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.
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.
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.
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.
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