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This book will guide you through the 'mysteries' and 'black magic' of StringWalking so you will see that there are neither 'mysteries' nor 'black magic' involved StringWalking is complex but you can easily tune your bow to shoot accurately where you aim To stringwalk you hold the string at different places crawls according to the distance to the target and use the tip of the arrow to aim You grip the string closer to the nock for longer distance targets and grip it farther down from the nock for closer targets However drawing the string from different places is stressful on the bow since its parameters tiller power stroke etc change from shot to shot as the crawl changes Therefore the correct tuning of the bow to its arrows is trickier than for other shooting techniques If you want to obtain good results you must tune the bow so that it worksor less accurately at all distances when using different crawls We will start by defining the Barebow Class and the many ways of aiming without sights which includes StringWalking We will analyze bow mechanics both in a simple situation gripping the string from one point and when StringWalking gripping the string from different points We will also consider criteria for equipment selection the riser limbs bow length draw weight balance etc There are special sections on rest button tab arrows etc Then we will analyze how to set up our equipment and the different ways of tuning it Tuning is therefore very personal but with a little work and dedication you can achieve excellent results Then you will enjoy the sight of your arrows flying with accuracy from a well tuned well behaved bowFinally we introduce the form of competition in which the barebow is at home We explain the rules and how the competition works Preparation for a day in the field is explained and we give hints on how to approach shooting in natural surroundings and how to perfect your distance judgement skillsSo at the end of this book not only will you will be able to enjoy the sight of your arrows flying accurately from a well behaved bow but from that bow in a natural and enjoyable settingThis book will guide you through the 'mysteries' and 'black magic' of StringWalking so you will see that there are neither 'mysteries' nor 'black magic' involved StringWalking is complex but you can easily tune your bow to shoot accurately where you aim To stringwalk you hold the string at different places crawls according to the distance to the target and use the tip of the arrow to aim You grip the string closer to the nock for longer distance targets and grip it farther down from the nock for closer targets However drawing the string from different places is stressful on the bow since its parameters tiller power stroke etc change from shot to shot as the crawl changes Therefore the correct tuning of the bow to its arrows is trickier than for other shooting techniques If you want to obtain good results you must tune the bow so that it worksor less accurately at all distances when using different crawls We will start by defining the Barebow Class and the many ways of aiming without sights which includes StringWalking We will analyze bow mechanics both in a simple situation gripping the string from one point and when StringWalking gripping the string from different points We will also consider criteria for equipment selection the riser limbs bow length draw weight balance etc There are special sections on rest button tab arrows etc Then we will analyze how to set up our equipment and the different ways of tuning it Tuning is therefore very personal but with a little work and dedication you can achieve excellent results Then you will enjoy the sight of your arrows flying with accuracy from a well tuned well behaved bowFinally we introduce the form of competition in which the barebow is at home We explain the rules and how the competition works Preparation for a day in the field is explained and we give hints on how to approach shooting in natural surroundings and how to perfect your distance judgement skillsSo at the end of this book not only will you will be able to enjoy the sight of your arrows flying accurately from a well behaved bow but from that bow in a natural and enjoyable settingThis book will guide you through the 'mysteries' and 'black magic' of StringWalking so you will see that there are neither 'mysteries' nor 'black magic' involved StringWalking is complex but you can easily tune your bow to shoot accurately where you aim To stringwalk you hold the string at different places crawls according to the distance to the target and use the tip of the arrow to aim You grip the string closer to the nock for longer distance targets and grip it farther down from the nock for closer targets However drawing the string from different places is stressful on the bow since its parameters tiller power stroke etc change from shot to shot as the crawl changes Therefore the correct tuning of the bow to its arrows is trickier than for other shooting techniques If you want to obtain good results you must tune the bow so that it worksor less accurately at all distances when using different crawls We will start by defining the Barebow Class and the many ways of aiming without sights which includes StringWalking We will analyze bow mechanics both in a simple situation gripping the string from one point and when StringWalking gripping the string from different points We will also consider criteria for equipment selection the riser limbs bow length draw weight balance etc There are special sections on rest button tab arrows etc Then we will analyze how to set up our equipment and the different ways of tuning it Tuning is therefore very personal but with a little work and dedication you can achieve excellent results Then you will enjoy the sight of your arrows flying with accuracy from a well tuned well behaved bowFinally we introduce the form of competition in which the barebow is at home We explain the rules and how the competition works Preparation for a day in the field is explained and we give hints on how to approach shooting in natural surroundings and how to perfect your distance judgement skillsSo at the end of this book not only will you will be able to enjoy the sight of your arrows flying accurately from a well behaved bow but from that bow in a natural and enjoyable setting