Originally Posted by bfisher
I'm just opposite. I hit right when I use the BT release. You more than likely have to retune the bow. It might be as simple as changing the sight setting (try it) or maybe you need to walkback tune. Either way, sometimes the slightest change can call for some kind of adjustment like this.
And a word of advise. If you're going to learn to use a BT release properly then put the other ones away and dedicate yourself to the BT.
perfect advice, if your going to do it, go all the way and don't go back.
Both answers above are correct, if you push with your arm too much, you'll go left, if you break down just at the shot you'll go right. The key is to find the right tension so that your body "explodes" at the shot. Your bow arm should roll left, your release arm should fly back and kinda behind you. Once you achieve the correct amount of pressure, the release will be crisp and the shot will feel good.
Whatever you do, don't get frustrated because your not shooting perfect right off the bat. Some of my worst scores ever were in the first year of learning...but eventually they came up as i got consistent.
Check your pins to see if they are lined up with the arrow, then do some walk-back tuning....it may be a tuning issue but more than likely it's you not getting your form the same each shot.
Good luck and good practicing !!