I’ve made several mixed shoots. I went to one shoot where they drew names for the groups from the hat. When my name was called I headed up to join the group. One of the fellows that had already been called blurted out he didn’t want to shoot with anyone using one of those bows. When others ask what his problem was he stated “because it would take too much time finding lost arrows”.
Not wanting to cause a problem I told the fellow calling out the names to just put me in another group.
Thats when another fellow that knew me spoke up and said they would spend less time finding my lost arrows than trying to get him to shoot. I found out what he was talking about pretty quick. The loudmouth was one of those that would look, then adjust his sights, then look some more, then adjust again, before taking a life time to turn an arrow loose.