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Old 11-23-2007, 10:48 AM
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I agree keep your finger behind the release untill you're fully drawn, kisser is at the lower corner of your mouth and your ready for the shot. Remember to pull through the shot and not jerk the trigger. Keep your head steady after the shot trying not to look at the shot from the side, this will pull the arrow to the side. I do however like a d-loop simply to preserve the string life. The type of release is only for ones liking. I like one that will adjust both length and trigger pressure. A release should help you to decrease your shot group size.
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