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I am trying to improve my shooting and get over my target panic.

There is so many articles and videos out now covering back tension and target panic, it is hard to get clear information as they all seem a little different. Or have their own idea of how to do things.

I watched one video showing how to shoot back tension with a regular trigger release. He explained that using the tip of your finger to physically pull the trigger is wrong. You are supposed to put your finger over the trigger and hold stationary to allow your back tension to force the trigger to go off. He made it look easy, and looked like it was a great way to shoot.
I can’t seem to get this technique down.

I would rather stick with my trigger release than spend money on a new release.

Any good one stop resources to stick with when learning back tension with a standard release to help get over target panic?


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CO Back Door Is Open for Elk

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There may be another thread saying this, but I didn’t see it. Finally, I drew Unit 76! Yay!


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Back at it.

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Hey y’all.
I’ve been out of the game for a couple years. Due to my financial struggle, my military career, and just not really having the time. I took a step back from bowhunting.
I plan on doing some Illinois public land hunting this year.

But I’m going to be starting from scratch. From the bow to the stand i have to rearm and resupply. It feels great to be back.

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Back from KS with bird #4 of the spring – pic heavy

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I normally head to KS for the archery opening day, but this year drew an IL season 1 tag which started the same day so it would have to be week 2 before I made it this year. Because of several things, I had a day and half to make something happen before I had to head home and work for one day. That first day and a half hunt was not productive in terms of kills, but we had lots of jakes up close and a few toms just out of range. So, I drove the 6 hours home, went to work, then headed back. The first morning when I returned was just one of those days all turkey hunters look fwd to all year. The field I hunted the first couple days had been covered up with birds, but they were dispersing quick so we decided to walk into a place we hunted 2 years ago and set up where we sat then. We got all set up in the pitch dark and just as we were sitting down, birds gobbled close! Click the thumbnail for a short video of them gobbling as day breaks:

A little calling and they were definitely interested. Before long a couple was in the field with us strutting very slowly towards us. When a hen answered me in the woods, I kept at her until she got mad enough to come out and see what was up. She came right into the dekes and by this time a 3rd tom had joined the first two and they picked up the pace towards the real hen. Soon they were right in front of us, a few yards past the dekes trying to decide if they wanted to thump our strutter or jake, or follow the hen who had now lost interest.

I like to let them come into the dekes and get a little video and watch the show myself, but I was pretty sure these 3 were gonna chase some real tail so it was time to let it fly. You can see the green lighted nock on track for a good shot.

His buddies and one more tom turned to enemies quick and were on him before he could even make it to his death bed off the field edge.

I don’t get caught up in size when it comes to spring turkeys. To me, it’s either a jake, or a tom and what the measurements are end up just being chance. I am not gonna pass up a bird with an 8 inch beard waiting for 10, or whatever. But this bird appeared to be the best of the 3, and it is one of my biggest ever. He was 25 lbs even, 11" and 4.25" beards, with 1.5" and 1 3/8" spurs. I hunted a couple more days and blew a chance at another bird as he turned to leave the dekes, taking off his beard and some chest feathers! 18 hours of driving in a few days for this turkey but I love it and I’ll be back to KS before it all ends trying to get another.

Good luck to everyone else out there chasing birds. For those interested, I was using my Xpedition Xcentric and Hot Shot X-Spot release.


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Ring Finger and back tension release

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I have a HBC and a Longhorn Pro BT releases. Everything works great when my hands are dry. When its hot and humid my hands sweat and I have a problem with my ring finger sliding bye my middle finger. I have tried all sorts of things. I have put slippery tape on my fingers and that even made it worse. Tried baby powder and that works somewhat if i put some on before every other shot. Latest thing was to use some lip bomb grease and rub some on before shots. The grease works but what a pain to deal with. Besides that it ends up getting on my other fingers and then I feel like the release could actually slip off my trigger finger holding the BT release. I could go to a thumb release or trigger wrist strap release but i sure shoot the BT style better. The condition is a bit worse with the HBC over the longhorn . When the ring finger won’t naturally go bye the middle finger i have to force it a bit which in turn prematurally sets the release off on a occasion. Can’t have this for sure. Any one ever have this problem?????


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Does Anyone Know Summit Treestand Back Rest Pad???

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A few months ago I saw a thread that showed a Backrest pad that could be ordered from someone to go on a Summit Treestand when using a Hasemore type seat to give you a backrest. Does anyone have a link or name of this Pad?

Thx
Reg


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Best back tension release to start out on?

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Hey guys I just made my account mainly to sell my bow but after looking through the forums for hours im glad I made the account. I’ve only been shooting for a year now and now have a 2015 PSE Decree (which will be for sale soon) and I recently discovered the concept of back tension and it’s seems so hard to do on my caliper release. I was wondering on your guys’ input on a good back tension release to start out on. Thanks guys!


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Back Tension Question

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I started playing with a new Scott Longhorn Pro today. I wanted to get some opinions from experienced back tension shooters as to what time frame one could expect to actually make the switch for tournaments? I know it will take some time and some getting used to, but would like to make the transition as soon as possible.

When shooting the release today it seemed to be set real cold, which is good as this will keep me from knockig my teeth out until I get used to it. Then I can adjust it a little hotter.

I know I’ve read a lot about people just getting real close to the target just to get a feel for it. Do you prefer clicker or no clicker? Thanks for your imput.


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