Mongolian style recurve bow 65lb – shooting 2 and 3 arrows – Training day 7

Mongolian style recurve bow 65lb – shooting 2 and 3 arrows – Training day 7

12 Replies to “Mongolian style recurve bow 65lb – shooting 2 and 3 arrows – Training day 7”

  1. If you want you can apply kathra by pushing with bow arm during the release and your bow will fall down and out of the way of the arrow.well known in tutor peroid english longbow archers.using Mediterranean realase slash split finger.

  2. You don't. Have to have a thumbring the vikeings done very well shooting horsebows split finger with plunderd bows. There were horse bows found in vikeing graves on numerous sites all across Scandinavia and newfinland. Fact check it

  3. Like your style. Fast and on point for a bow not cut to center.plus high draw weight . impressed.

  4. Great job. That’s pretty cool I wish I had some one like you to shoot with it would be so much fun. Another great job keep shooting.

  5. Wow! I am thankful for finding your videos! I want to start shooting like you. I'm searching online to find how to shoot a bow, the asian style. Can you make instructional video's about it? And what is the arrow's that you use? Which are better for the bow? Because some say that it has bad vibration to the shoulder joint. Keep the videos coming!

  6. Nice shooting. Looks like you are mostly shooting 3 under, with a bit of split finger. You should try thumb draw, it goes with your bow more and you'd get a lot more out of your bow that way, and shooting horizontally you;d get a lot more control, the arrow is rock solid against the bow using thumb draw with the arrow on the right.

  7. Awesome. You're super good.
    I was just grouping at 15 yards with thumb release. I had it wrong before now I'm super excited. Wish I could return the shelf bow.

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