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    Clickers bring tears.
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    Back to the OP...
    How are you getting on using the clicker?
    "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so." Douglas Adams

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffretired View Post
    Talking of contributing to a thread.
    Hello Mr. Geoffretired,

    I believe they do and will if used too early.

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    So, archers should wait until..............?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffretired View Post
    So, archers should wait until..............?
    Dear Mr. Geoffretired,
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    They should wait until able to shoot as well as RR
    1969 Dacron string. Hoyt 4/5 pm Wooden bow, metal arrows. How many on here can shoot the scores he attained even with carbon arrows Cnc machined riser etc etc etc.
    They should wait until there is a blue moon.
    They should wait until the cows come home.

    To be honest Geoff asking how long is a ridiculous question as well you know. We are all different. What is ok for one would be damaging to another.

    ian bayley

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffretired View Post
    So, archers should wait until..............?
    Dear Mr. Geoffretired,
    rr.jpg
    They should wait until able to shoot as well as RR
    1969 Dacron string. Hoyt 4/5 pm Wooden bow, metal arrows. How many on here can shoot the scores he attained even with carbon arrows Cnc machined riser etc etc etc.
    They should wait until there is a blue moon.
    They should wait until the cows come home.

    To be honest Geoff asking how long is a ridiculous question as well you know. We are all different. What is ok for one would be damaging to another.

    ian bayley

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianB View Post
    To be honest Geoff asking how long is a ridiculous question as well you know. We are all different. What is ok for one would be damaging to another.
    It doesn't have to be a time frame. It may be having some shooting ability (e.g. having a reasonably constant draw length).
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