Judging distances has always been a huge problem of mine. Frank Pearson sets us strait on the subject of judging distances in the blog post from PSE.
Originally posted on PSE Archery Blog:
Editor’s Note: Frank Pearson, owner and operator of the Frank Pearson School of Archery and the personal archery coach for Pete Shepley, founder and owner of PSE Archery, has seen the evolution of the bow from the longbow when he first started shooting and competed with up to today’s modern bows and most technical PSE equipment. If anyone knows archery, and how to help an archer shoot better, you can rely on Pearson. This week Frank Pierson will give us practical tips on how to shoot better, whether you are a tournament archer or a bowhunter.
Question: Frank what is the number one question most archers want to know the answer to that will enable them to shoot better?
One of the biggest problems in archery today is judging distance. This problem was created when archers put sights on their bows. When we were shooting longbows and recurves, we shot…
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