Ok..so I need to find a anchor for closer range to start with.. and adjust as I back up? ...I guess it would be similar to string walking with a bow.If the fork is blocking the the target you need to need to adjust something - anchor, strength of bands or ammo size.
LOL ..I can only imagine. Been shooting bows for years, and still have to work on the release. One thing about the anchor point I'm using..it's real close to the one I use on my longbows. But yeah..it feels good to have some hope! I think I'm gonna need a smaller fork though. The stretch on this one is a little much.Probably you.....Practice, practice, practice... Feels good to solve a problem does it not? There will be other speed bumps come along the road of flippery, but you'll solve them as they come. wait till you start tinkering with your release. It's mind numbing the amount of trouble you can get into.
I got you... (hopefully)Well Guys..over the Christmas Holidays, I decided to dedicate some time to try and learn to shoot gangsta style again. So I dug out my HTS, learned how to make lanyards and put some bands on it.
It's just not happening for me. I was wondering if someone could direct me to a video that addresses some of the problems I'm having like ...the top of the prong blocking the target.. Starting out, I'm only shooting at 15'. I watched a lot of Bill Hays and just can't get the hang of it.68944B09-E920-4830-BB07-7BA46E300AA7.jpeg68944B09-E920-4830-BB07-7BA46E300AA7.jpegEBD95527-9015-4B46-AD89-C0B73108B0A0.jpeg