How Far Can a Compound Bow Shoot?

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There are many different brands and sizes of compound bows on the market. Each brand and size will shoot a different distance.The Jaguar compound bow is said to shoot a distance of 70 yards. Other bows can shoot 30, 40, 50 , and 60 yards. Each person controls how far they shoot the bow, with the weight they use to pull back. Many people are not comfortable shooting far distances. It is important to note that when a person is practicing using a bow, to make sure there is nobody in the woods that can be accidentally shot.
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Shooting a compound bow really is not that hard as long as it is not set to be too strong. If you are going to shoot a compound bow you would put the arrow on the noc and then pull
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1. Affix the release to the wrist by your dominant hand (your right hand if you are naturally right-handed) . The release holds onto the string, allowing you to put more of your strength
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1 Attach the release to your dominant wrist using the velcro straps. You want the mouth of the clamp facing away from your body so that you can attach it to the bowstring. While you
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