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12 thoughts on “Improving my archery technique

  1. A clean release is the most important part when it comes to accuracy in archery. In this video I am using a bow called Phantom with 35 Pounds draw weight: Pretty cheap but with the right modifications it shoots like a 300 Dollar bow. If you want to see more archery videos make sure to hit the like button 🙂

    1. Survival Lilly, This woman is looking for an amazing venture (possibly with you!) I’ve read her remarkable book ‘Woman in the Wilderness’. Please see this link:

    2. ryddragyn well, I can only remember what I saw of him decades ago. I looked for reference here on YouTube and found this old publication. How much is true…. Well you can take it with a pinch of salt. I bow to your knowledge, so to speak. 😀 Old English longbow was almost 2 meters in length and I don’t recall seeing him using them, but, again last time seeing him on camera was a long time ago.

  2. im an archer but im fairly new at it. i could get a chicken at fifteen yards and thats about it. i use a compound bow though and all the improvements you made i made and i still shoot a little off

  3. Nice shooting and I would agree that your “new release technique” will do much better for you. As for the draw, hey, if it works for you and keeps your shoulder from hurting, stay with it. Personally, my draw is similar to yours except I draw up using my left arm to carry the initial weight of the draw (if that makes sense) because of a shoulder injury also.

    OH, and it looked like you were holding your breath. Just like shooting a rifle, release your breath, then release the arrow. But you probably know that already and it just may have been the way the video was shot.

    Have fun and stay safe.

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