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Back after a few years of no bow practice.. #archery

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Ok guys, So after a few years of no bow practice, no archery at all in my system, I am interested in getting back into it.. I went from starting out with a Pse Stinger 3g, to a Pse Stinger x, to a G5 Prime Ion 60 lb, then ended my archery sport with a customized G5 Prime rival.. At the end of my experience in the past I did however push myself too far and cranked down the poundage on my prime rival to see how I could do but over did myself and I injured my shoulder causing me to get out of the sport due and needing the money and having to sell all my stuff.. so im looking at getting back on the horse slowly.. Its been 3 years now and I think im ready, but im afraid my shoulder pain might come back. so I’ve decided to get another Pse Stinger x and start shooting again slowly..I didn’t really want to spend all kinds of loot on a expensive setup so this is what I have to work with for now.. I guess the reason for this post is to see if there’s anything im missing as far as starting back out after being off the horse for a while with injury and all.. When I was shooting before I was happy at around 55-62 lbs for target shooting, while sometimes I would try to crank it up to 70 lbs and im not sure if it was the poundage that hurt me or if it was because I was trying too hard to be a good shooter that I would shoot for hours at a time spending most my time shooting on my free time. I have been out of the sport a while, and looks like there’s been a lot of new stuff coming out.. starting out with the Use Stinger X is just to see how it feels. it was a cheap setup that was handed to me, so I do plan on eventually getting another decent shooter .. can anyone recommend any techniques that will help me get my form back? how long before I will be shooting good again? Will this be any easy come back? Or will my shoulder pain come back?? I really need a new hobby and I loved to shoot when I did. any help would be great!! thanks in advance!!
My setup as of now..
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Vertix owner – thinking a light practice bow – non-“flagship” #archery

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The Vertix is a bit heavy for my old butt, do pull more and more, more practice etc in order – set light at 60# switchweight (45#??? – need a scale!).

Want to support the pro shop, Believe the extra pennies are worth spending to have a pro work on the "Ferrari" and I want them to pay their rent so I show up tomorrow and they’re still there with the talent.

Thinking I don’t need flagship again, to many great bows today, even if a year or two old (not another Vertix, Ultra QAD, HHA 5119, mathews quiver, some other goodies – have not gone "overboard" – I think – all very nice).

"Know your bow and personal limitations and practice" seems to be key for success.

Leaning away for "try them all", at mid-range, just get a proven, well made, top seller of all time (not just flagship 2019 or 2018 at $ 1750+ – not that I *think* I have any buyers remorse, the bow is , well slick as greased lighting).

Barking up wrong tree?

Suggestions are great, what’s a proven, great customer support and above average "never seen that before tech support" type answers from the mfg.

Throw me a bone or two, give me some things to think about. Diamond sb-1 has been on the radar – I dunno, light usage in the mfg forums on Diamond.

I shoot 20 and 40 yds in the backyard, in the shade.

Maybe do nothing and just use what I have <shrug>.

TIA ALL!!!


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Max practice yardage #archery

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Been out practicing for opening day of deer bow season in Indiana wanted to see what other peoples max practice yardage was. My max yardage shoot hunting will be around 45 or 50 yards. Up to today my max was 70yards went back to 80yards today. My target is only 30 inches square


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