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Bill Hays does very well with TTF. Here is a video of him hitting a pop can from 400'.


You have to find a design that fits well with your shooting style. I shot OTT for over 10 years and still enjoy this style. A few months ago I gave TTF a serious attempt and I'm enjoying it. From my experience I find TTF gives me less flyers, has a better feel during band recoil, good accuracy (10-20 yds), and never any handslaps. I found a TTF frame that let's me hold with straight wrist like a recurve bow. I still enjoy OTT but now have a fresh opinion on TTF. Once the snow leaves I'll be able to compare OTT and TTF for long distance shots to see which I prefer.

Some frames will allow you to use both band attachment methods to compare (universal fork tips). Some designs have fixed forks but are available in both OTT and TTF versions.
 

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Bill is a great inovator and a great shot. His process goes deeper than just shooting straight. His frames just plain work. I read something he wrote that the greatest accuracy can be achieved with a purpose built ttf frame. But, he can rule with ott as well.
 

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Bill is a great inovator and a great shot. His process goes deeper than just shooting straight. His frames just plain work. I read something he wrote that the greatest accuracy can be achieved with a purpose built ttf frame. But, he can rule with ott as well.
 
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