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Old November 16, 2012, 01:09 PM   #7
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Join Date: February 5, 2012
Location: Southwest WA Coast
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A recurve requires a lot of practice, way more than a compound. With either, practice for a year before trying to hunt with it. You need to be on auto pilot when shooting at game. Mr. Murphy has a way of raising his ugly head whenever you shoot at game, so keep your equipment simple. You don't need micro adjustable sights for instance. The more nuts, bolts, and dodads, the more likely something will go wrong. Change peep sight tubing often. Keep your bowstring waxed. Shoot some 3-D, a lot of fun. And practice, practice, practice.
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