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charles m
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TTT again for the canting questions.
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That could very well be. I think I tend to tilt my head more and my torso less when getting tired. Thanks.

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This is a great and helpful thread. I have ordered the DVD and I am going to try the reverse cant. Thanks Terry for your explanation of a deep hook that makes sense. I agree the more different shooting angles of cant that we can master the more success we will see in the field. Threading the needle can be a real challenge sometimes and being able to shoot standing, sitting, kneeling or however the situation dictates, happens often when hunting. Great advice and video. Thanks for all the input from everyone.
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TTT for the cant thread.
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Terry Green
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ttt

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Diamond Paul
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I do want to know: how are you keeping the arrow on the rest when you reverse cant? Have you got your finger on the shaft till you shoot? I don't cant anymore when I practice, but I think it is good to be able to do it in case you get a "cant or can't" shot in the woods.

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Great thread and Terry some of that shooting is amazing across the pond. Is the tradgang dvd available to outside the US ? I see two options within the lower 48 and the other couple .

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Roll the string as you draw to keep the arrow on the shelf.

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Diamond Paul
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quote:
Originally posted by khardrunner:
Roll the string as you draw to keep the arrow on the shelf.

That's it? Doesn't seem like it would stay on the shelf, but I'll take your word for it. Can't see myself ever trying such a shot, but it sure looks neat to see someone who can do it.

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Works for me. I learned it from my Schulz video.

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Yes....its explained in simple detail in The Bowhunters of TradGang DVD....with a little pinch on the nock with your fingers, it will stay....

I've actually taken several animals with reverse cant...a pheasant on the wing, a trotting hog, a stationary hog, and a couple of bunnys come to mind.

Macca....yeah...just order a $10 one and I'll mail ya one out.

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Thanks Terry.

Cheers Macca.

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Thank for the tips, nice shooting, i will practice canting at more extreme angles after hunting season. Can see how it can be a big plus while hunting.
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Up for the guy asking about canting the bow.
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Diamond Paul
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Those vids were absolutely freaking awesome! Unfortunately, I don't have that kind of talent, but it's fun to watch people who do. I am a very mechanical shooter, good in my own way, but I am not that natural. Very nice.

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