Hello, I’m Leroy Sisco, and on behalf of Expert
Village, I’d like to give you a few tips and techniques on archery. One thing I do when
I’m sighting my bow in, I pick a dot and shoot a dot instead of the general target because
it makes you concentrate a lot heavier on a spot. And once I know I’m on that dot, then
going back and shooting targets is easy. So, when I first sight a bow in, I put a red dot.
Up in this case all I had on this target is a yellow dot, so I’m shooting down there and
shooting at that yellow dot, and so that makes you become much more accurate that way. Notice
how I’m not having to adjust it at all because this is right in with what I want. And again,
I’m shooting at that yellow dot, twenty yards away, and that’s called “stacking them. And
this is what I’m shooting at at twenty yards, a little bit bigger than my thumb I guess.
But it makes you concentrate on a dot, and when I’m sighting my bow in this is the way
I do it, and it makes you much more accurate.