in this weeks Field Idea video, Clay Hayes discusses the distinction in the split finger design of shooting and the 3 under approach along with how to choose a strong anchor point and how that anchor point can affect your point on range and where the arrow strikes the target.
Clay has a number of longbow and recurve bow shooting pointers videos on the channel however this is the very first time concentrating on the split vs 3 under designs. Split finger has actually been popular in the United States and Canada for a long time however 3 under is getting appeal, specifically with target archers. Clay shot 3 under for several years prior to making the switch to 3 under. By transferring to a 3 under string hand position, the arrow’s nock is moved better to the eye. This alters the launch angle of the arrow and moves the point on range better to the archer. It likewise produces more managable spaces under bow searching ranges. In other words, it makes intending a recurve or longbow much easier!
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