How to Make the Best Bow Shot to Kill a Deer

How to Make the Best Bow Shot to Kill a Deer

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This is important information when contemplating shot timing, making a decision as simple as deciding to stand to shoot or remain seated. Deer displaying irritably-swiveling ears, swishing tails or bobbing heads tell you to proceed cautiously, waiting for deer to settle before attempting to draw, or if already anchored, that a string jump is more likely than not. Deer eyeing you or stomping hooves will almost certainly result in a jumped string and potentially misplaced shot. Calm deer, those who have no idea you exist, always make the highest-odds targets.

The formula for successful bow shooting isn’t rocket science, but does require studied approaches to setup and how you proceed…



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