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Release angle at longer distance

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Hi all.

I started using a pull through release last summer – Stan Element – and moved to a the Tru Ball BT Gold late in the winter. Blank baling with both I then moved to targets and achieved a level of accuracy that I had never seen before. I was shooting very well and consistently between 20 and 30 yds. And I mean really well compared to my former scores.

That 40 yard target was calling me again and again, lol, but I held on at 30 max until I was very confident.

My confidence fell through the floor yesterday. Yea, I listened to the siren’s call and warmed up then moved to 40 yds. After a long afternoon, too long of course as my shooting time increases directly with how poorly I’m shooting, which, of course makes me tired and my shots worse, which makes me want to shoot longer to get it right, etc etc etc.

I was all over the place (even before I was tiring out that is). What I had never noticed before with a trigger release, is how much the release angle changes with increased yds as the bow angle changes. My well practiced roll + back tension was compromised. Everything felt wrong.

Any tips for this particular problem? Should I be forcing the release to stay at a parallel to the ground even when raising the angle of the bow?

I’m stumped.


All blessings

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