When Godwin fitzGilbert de Strigoil put fingers to keys it was
3/26/07 4:53 PM...
> ... Handshock can come from many places
> but the two biggest are: mismatched arrow weight (physical), and
> mismatched limb tips (speed). Relates to what I posted before.
As you draw the bow on the tillering stick, watch the handle for any
tipping or turning. Carve the bow so the handle stays utterly still
while drawing on the stick. Any movement it makes during the draw, it
'unmakes' on release. In your hand. All at once. Every time. Handshock.
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