Steve_Barratt wrote: must admit to thinking that mixing two styles of archery disciplines and doing both well is very difficult. I love shooting my recurve but I find that when I shot my compound again , Have gone backwards lots....
Think you need to settle on one style and do it. Or have fun and not be committed to anything special or very high scores. Bit hard for me I like to be competitive
Bruce wrote:I think it is hard , in my opinion you need to compromise , or decide on one or the other .I even find going from Barebow compound to fsu a challenge
Nigel wrote:I was shooting BB Recurve and Freestyle limited recurve at the same time for about 20 weeks but my biggest trouble was trying to remember my gaps for BB so I just ended up going to freestyle limited recurve.Bruce wrote:I think it is hard, in my opinion you need to compromise, or decide on one or the other .I even find going from Barebow compound to FSU a challenge.
At the moment the G3 appear to be the best Hoyt Limbs. It is all about how you shoot them.Nigel wrote:what is anyoneâ€™s opinion on Hoyts G3 limbs and dose any one know if they are going to bring out any new limbs for 2008 and thanks for the advice Banjo.
Banjo wrote:Remember, it is the Archer who hits the target, not the equipment...
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