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    New riser

    I have a mybo elite at the moment and started in july, got to 1st class so no complaints

    now if i were to buy a top riser what difference would it make? I have good limbs and ACE arrows.

    just wondering if it was worth upgrading my riser

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    The grip might feel different in the hand, but I don't think there is any need to upgrade.
    If we are talking differences in scores,then the archer has to improve what they do with their bow. It is easy enough to upgrade a riser and end up shooting just the same way you did with the first one.

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    I think a lot of it is in my mind, better riser may be better score.

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    Yes, indeed. I am guilty as anyone. I find it hard to resist the temptation to think that a better bow ,or whatever, will be bound to make a difference to my scores. Just like getting a faster car will reduce the time of the journeys.
    I have to change my thinking process, into something more realistic. I can reduce journey times with a faster car ONLY if my driving speeds up. That is dependent on improving my driving skills.... first. But I could reduce journey times in the slower car if I improved my driving skills.

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    Yes, indeed. I am guilty as anyone. I find it hard to resist the temptation to think that a better bow ,or whatever, will be bound to make a difference to my scores. Just like getting a faster car will reduce the time of the journeys.
    I have to change my thinking process, into something more realistic. I can reduce journey times with a faster car ONLY if my driving speeds up. That is dependent on improving my driving skills.... first. But I could reduce journey times in the slower car if I improved my driving skills.

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