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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Well, speaking from experience, some of us guys would have been better off not shooting in the house. Across the living room, over the kitchen table, down the hallway and to the back bedroom wall.... I think it was the lighting in the living room...
    You've just explained why we have a wall of targets as a backstop, but it's in the BASEMENT.LOL
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    lmao sonny maybe it was just the cross wind over that table..and could be why the wife said you should sleep with that bow
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    I agree sometimes it looks like neither eye was open. Just to add some fun to it try switching from right to left haned. . One afternoon it took 2 arrows smashing into the brick wall. Before I figured out that left hand you should use your left eye .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    We said both eyes open not closed

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    Your just like my wife, calling me directionally impaired like that.

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    I don't use my eyes at all when shooting, just use the Force (the dark side)
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    couldnt be said any better ,sonny rotf lmao
    my wife warned me about shootin over the table and i guess she was right again , if she decides that the arrow goes there and the lamp goes there shes right ,all said and done its a fine wife that lets u shoot in the house ,and a better wife that lets u do it

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    And now back to the original question..... Both eyes open.
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