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    String walking tiller

    Hi just a quick one, I have been having some real fun getting into string walking and the only issue so far is that as I come down to shorter distances my bow is getting quite loud (i know it is all relative). At 20 meters I am still only anchoring about an inch and a quarter below the nocking point and the shot is good (getting nice groups when I am consistent with my release) but there is quite a crack/bang on release.

    I am going to adjust the tiller a little bit and just wanted to check I have it right in my head:

    As I walk down the string I am putting more pressure on the lower limb, so if I let that one out a bit it should quieten the bow?

    Does that sound right?

    Thanks in advance

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