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Discussion in 'Traditional Archery' started by Mailman, Feb 18, 2018.
Got the busted nock repaired. Only lost 14 grains of weight.
Lesson learned. One spot = one shot! Less chance of busting a nock.
Looks like you missed all 7 times.
Your pretty smart....maybe I should just get me a crossgun and be done with all this practice 12 months a year. Two bolts shot to sight it in and I'm good to go.
The deer would thank you later. Or maybe not
This is what I was going to suggest. I've been doing this for years and I've saved a lot of dollars repairing/replacing arrows as a result.
Orta work!!! Surely you didn't leave that bow hanging there while you shot the rest of the arrows from another bow?
I pose no danger to nocks while shooting my recurve, can tell you that.
Why not just use some electrical tape or marker to make your spots Mailman? Those screws could mar those pretty arras I'm thinkin.
I'm starting to run out of screws. There are a lot of them embedded into the target past retrieval.