At the Ranch – Bowhunting Tip: Long Range Archery Practice

August 16, 2020

Tips for your Long Range Archery Practice

Shooting at long distances will no doubt make your shorter shots seem easier. When it comes to long-distance shooting, I recommend practicing shooting at least 50 yards out. That way when you come into realistic shooting distances for actual bowhunting, which are hopefully in the 20-30 yard range, they’ll seem that much easier.

Another reason for practicing at longer ranges is that it will expose small flaws in your shooting form. A little tweak or just a slight pull of the bow will result in a much worse shot. You can pick up on little mistakes much easier when shooting at long distances. Overall, by practicing at distances longer than you might ever actually shoot a deer, you’ll become a better shot for those more realistic shooting distances.


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