I like what Moebow said. In my experience. I would rather go and loose 6 good arrows at 10 yards than go all over the range and loose several dozen that dont hit the mark. My motto has been “Proper Practice Promotes Perfect Performance.” I think if you spend the time and get to where you can hit your mark every time at 10 yds, Then move to 15 and repeat. Once you find your max yardage and get that burned into your brain, then you should start roving and learn to hit at various distances while still maintaining what you learned at the range. By no means should you continue shooting if you get tired, bored, or frustrated. Wait until you have returned to normal again. Patience, practice, and persistance.
Reply To: Practice makes perfect, Hopefully.NY Yankee2016-12-25T07:23:36-07:00