traditional archery is not a draw and hold situation. It is more like snap shooting. Think of it like throwing a baseball. If you are playing catch, you don't get out your range finder, cock your arm and hold it, then after careful consideration, let it go. You just look and throw - almost all in one motion.
Of course, that takes a lot of practice. I shot a 70# recurve for a lot of years, but I don't have the time anymore to keep in practice, so now shoot an Oneida Black Eagle.
U.S Army, Retired
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