One of the problems with modern archery today is that the average archer immediately looks at HIS EQUIPMENT and a gadget to fix it whenever there's a problem. This is a solution for some issues, but most forget (or never learned) proper shooting form in the first place. I'm not saying that your form is the culprit here, but you may be able to adjust your form to adapt to it. It WILL take THOUSANDS of repetitions to ingrain it into your muscle memory.....yes, THOUSANDS. Whenever I tweak my form or shooting style, I start at the end of bow season, so I can give my self enough time to ingrain it. The draw/anchor/aim/release/follow through sequence should be burned so well into your muscle memory that you don't have to think about ANYTHING but focusing on the "spot". There's only one way to do this....practice.
Not only is this cheaper, but you will become a much better shot overall by working on your form. I shoot 10,000 to 12,000 practice arrows a year, and I begin a practice session by spending 5 minutes on nothing but form, much of which where I don't even release an arrow.
Based on some of the photos I see of the so-called "pro" bowhunters, I think they ALL could stand more form work!
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