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6 Toughest Bow Targets for 2015

by Jon E. Silks 1

Are you old enough to remember the classic Tootsie Pop commercial where the boy asks the owl professor, “How many… more »

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Center Shots: How to Develop an Effective Pre-Season Shooting Routine

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

If you never shoot under pressure during your practice sessions, you never learn what it means to focus and trust… more »

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Should You Shoot Through Ground Blind Mesh?

by Jon E. Silks 1

Equipment testing lies at the very heart of what we do at Petersen’s BOWHUNTING, because fully understanding our gear is… more »

Aiming the bow is a complex process involving the integration of many body systems. You must experiment and practice to determine which methods work best for you. Once you've established your system, you must be consistent for the best results.

Four Elements of Aiming Your Bow

by Randy Ulmer 5

ONE EYE OR TWO? Should you shoot with the non-dominant eye open, closed or squinted? Aiming your bow with both… more »

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How To Defeat Target Panic

by Bill Winke 6

We all fight target panic to some extent. How much we fight it depends on our technique. Ron Ellis from… more »

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How To Aim a Bow Better

by Bill Winke 10

There are many things you can do to improve the quality of your aim. Here is a quick rundown of… more »

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Connect On That Buck: Learn To Shoot At The Golden Triangle

by Bowhunting Staff Report 2

Bowhunter’s are often taught to aim behind the shoulder. While there’s some truth to that statement, every bowhunter should know… more »

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