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Question by buckeye. Uploaded on November 16, 2012
do I need to be that close? My target has seen better days and I am afraid I blow right through it.
The purpose of paper tuning is to measure the angle of the arrow as it leaves the bow. You cannot give the arrow time to correct itself. The closer the better.
A bag of old clothes will stop any arrow.
Are you making a frame to hang the paper on? It can be any distance you want in front of the target.
Buckhunter is correct about the distance, by the way.
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