What's Best for Defeating String Jumping: Increased Arrow Speed or Bow Noise Reduction?

What's Best for Defeating String Jumping: Increased Arrow Speed or Bow Noise Reduction?


Mike Carney and Curt Wells discuss whether or not increasing your arrow speed will help you connect on more shots when animals jump the string. Or if you'd be better off quieting your bow. You might be surprised at the results.

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