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Wyowhere?
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So I've been a recurve shooter for probably 6 years but I have always been interested in hill style bows. I finally broke down and bought one and started looking into the differences in form and style. Through watching a lot of videos and a couple books I got pretty excited about Howard Hills style of shooting and started doing a lot of research. Turns out John Schulz who was mentored by Hill is practically my neighbor and still teaches the Hill style of shooting in one on one classes. It's fairly expensive but I'm debating if it's worth it to get some instruction from somebody who has been there and done that. I was wondering if anybody has shot with him or recieved lessons from him and what everyone's opinion was on shelling out the money for a lesson or two.
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I wasn’t aware that John was still able to do that. He is a important part of our archery heritage, and I wouldn’t pass up a chance to meet him if I were you.

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Sounds like a golden opportunity to me! [Not Worthy]

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If I could afford it, I'd do it in a heartbeat !
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quote:
Originally posted by McDave:
I wasn’t aware that John was still able to do that. He is a important part of our archery heritage, and I wouldn’t pass up a chance to meet him if I were you.

I met him once at a shoot in Mississippi. He left a bad taste in my mouth. Seemed to be too good for some people. I can't stand partiality.

Just my opinion.

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