Deer & Deer Hunting

STOP THE SLAP!

Few things in archery are more annoying, or more accuracy-destroying, than having the bowstring contact the inside of the forearm or wrist that holds the bow. It’s called string slap, and it can leave you bruised and sore for days. But it never needs to happen.

String slap was much more common decades ago, when novice archers tended to shoot compound bows with a draw length that was too long for them. If the draw

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