That explanes why i seem to shoot better on cold days as im normal wearing possum fur gloves which are rather slick against most things, tryed driving with them once didnt last till the end of the drive way before i had to take them off...
Archery and being good; Doing everything the same way each and every time. If the hand slips to where it won't slip any more then it's the same each and every time.
Easy test; Hold bow so hand is slightly down from the shelf and deepest part of the riser grip and shoot. Then let the bow slip to where it won't slip any more and shoot. Did the arrow have a different point of impact?
Many years ago some archers so deep in archery would have their hand tattoo so they held the bow the same way each and every time. I've got a picture somewhere. Drastic? Yeah, but I guess it worked.
Side note; Barry probably doesn't come up with trivia like the above so not to tell of his age
What I did when I got my Shadowcat, dipped my hand in a bucket of water.
Drew the bow back and it found its sweet spot. Now it goes home on every shot.
I shoot these products....
Deer Crossing Target shafts.
Timberdoodle ll rest.
I shoot Bowhunter, not barebow--fingers non-sights.