James in Idaho· Registered
Back when I bowhunted I shot almost every day. 50 to 100 shots. Mostly for form and muscle memory. Only one way to work out the muscles for shooting a bow, shoot a bow. Now mind you, most of the dirt was still in rock form, 50% was a big let off on a compound, and what the heck is a release? Sights were also optional! However, if you bow is in tune, lock your bow tools away and quit messing with the bow! And the most important practice shot that you can make is your first shot of the day. I aways carried a blunt while hunting, and would take two or three shots during the day, and always pull the bow a few times first thing in the morning. Warming up is important in any sport.