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Old 01-30-2006, 10:42 PM   #1
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Default really cool slow motion archery videos

check out these slow motion videos. I can't believe how much sights and rest move during the shot. Look at the string oscilation wow!.


Fingers Release

Fingers Release #2

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Arrow looks like snake

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Old 01-31-2006, 10:41 AM   #2
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Really cool. Worth watching!!!

Thanks for the video ptcruz
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that is some pretty cool footage, does any one know of any sites that show compounds fired in slow mo?
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i would like to know who made these videos,and how well the arrows were splined to the bow .looks like they are to light for bow. still is and interesting video.would like to see some more
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i would like to know who made these videos,and how well the arrows were splined to the bow .looks like they are to light for bow. still is and interesting video.would like to see some more
The first video clip is Werner Beiter, it's an example of an intentional bad release. As far as arrow tune goes, you can tell that the arrow is probably ideally spined to the bow, because even with the bad release, at the moment it leaves the string it is almost exactly on center and it easily clears the riser.

The second is a clip of a perfect back tension release.

You can view these videos at http://www.wernerbeiter.com/en/produ...deos/video.php

I'm not going to comment on the rest of the clips because I don't want to take the time reviewing them, I've seen them all before. Beiter started making archery videos in 1986. Go to the Beiter site and spend a little time there, very informative and broadening.

I just wanted to validate them and give longcut36 a little guidance...
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