Tips to Add 10 Yards to Your Maximum Shooting Range
By: Bill Winke
By simply increasing your maximum effective range from 25 yards to 35 yards, you significantly increase your odds of having a deer within bow range this fall
Think about that for a second. If you are hunting an open ridge or the edge of a field, every yard of maximum shooting improves your odds for success. There is no reason why a dedicated bowhunter can’t be deadly at 35 yards when the opportunity is right. These seven tips will help you make great shots at 35 yards this fall.
Steady Your Aim
Any tension in your body will go straight to the bow and make the pin skip around the target like a moth around a street light. Ideally, the pin floats in small circles around the tiny aiming point you’ve picked out. It never has to completely stop moving; it just needs to stay close to the spot while you squeeze the trigger.
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