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Gino Bruno with his first Arrow Master buck!
Gino does it again in 09!
Denny Sturgis Sr. with his brusier Arrow Master buck!
Scott Parsons with a very nice spring Arrow Master Bear!
My buddy Denny Sturgis Jr. scores once again with his spring Arrow Master Turkey! Thanks to Denny for all his design input and field testing!
Denny with a nice 06 buck, using one of the first Arrow Master prototypes
Denny does it again in 06...the Arrow Master has come alongways since the early prototypes but Denny is still the same killing machine!
Denny again in 09 with a cold weather Arrowmaster buck!
Rich Niblock with his 08 "hog" Arrow Master buck...WOW! nice one Rich!
Another view of Rich's 08 buck
Rich with another "HOG" Arrowmaster buck in 09
look like the younger Niblock is well on his way!
Skyler Wilson bringing home the bacon with his Arrow Master! Good job, Skyler!
Denny (Killin Machine)Sturgis Jr. with a Arrow Master double !
Denny Sturgis Jr. with a very nice 6pt Arrow Master buck!
 Denny with his 09 Arrowmaster moose
Denny with his "Vampire" hog taken in Argentina
 And another critter from Argentina...this time a Cabybara
Don Wilsons Texas ArrowMaster buck
Terry Green with another fine Texas buck!
Terry Green with his Arrowmaster big pig in 09 !
Joe Lasch teamed up with his Arrowmaster on this outstanding Mule deer!
 Joe again with his Arrowmaster Elk !
Joe's outstanding WI Buck
Dale Karch of Three Rivers with an outstanding DropTine Arrowmaster Buck!
 Mike Windemuler with his 09 Arrowmaster buck
 Mark Rutland got it done in 09 !
Young Craig Grounds and Dad are all smiles
Pat Eastes
Pat again with his 09 Arrowmaster buck!
Kieth Karr with his CO Elk...congrats Keith!
"Never Stop Pulling"

By - Rod Jenkins

Want to pickup 6-12 FPS at the same weight your currently drawing,
without buying a new bow?

Want to become much more consistent with your

It's easy - learn to never stop pulling!

By far, the biggest form flaw I see with a majority of traditional archers
is "they stop pulling"!

Don' believe that? Break out the video cam and
shoot some footage of yourself, as well as your pals. Playback in
slow-mo and at the moment of release, you'll see the draw hand come
forward, often losing 1-2'' of draw before the fingers clear the
string, and often the fingers are getting scrubbed by string in the
process. Ever wonder why guys are buying thicker gloves and tabs?

Pulling in an archery shot is a 3 phase affair.

(1) Excessive pulling to anchor.

(2) Balanced pulling at anchor.

(3) Increased pulling (expansion) to shot conclusion.

No doubt it's a little more work to never stop pulling, but the dividends
are well worth the effort, and face it " guys shooting longbows and
recurves weren't looking for the easiest way to begin with"

Mental side of Archery

 OK, John has been practicing hard for opening day of bow season and has been really working on form and shot sequenceand things are going great, He's taking his time and really executing well put together shots and confidence is high! Then opening morning all the pre-season scouting pays off and here comes the buck of a lifetime down the trail ! John excitingly thinks I've got to get him, before he gets away, draws his bow and flings an arrow over his back, clanking into the woods. Disgusted John, thinks, how could I have missed such an easy shot ? I make much tougher shots all the time in practice...I just don't get it!

What happened was our fictitious pal John, totally moved his subconscious out of its "safe zone" by changing priorities from executing the shot he had practiced all summer in the back yard, with a performance based thought...the conscious mind made harvesting the buck much more important,than the shot, while the subconscious was prepared to shoot a good shot, but all that changed when the conscious mind changed priorities, leaving the subconscious out of sync and confused.

Moral of the story ? Put together the best shot sequence you possible can and when that buck walks into range... DO-NOT change your priority, simply trust and shoot, the shot that you have made countless times in the back yard.

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