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Darrin Christenberry: Best Releases for Target Panic

Jun 12, 2019 11:23:31 AM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in Pro Tips

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Target panic to me, is a mental issue that is just a fear of failure. It basically is just the inability to put your sight pin on the target and execute a shot without anticipation of missing. Some people start shooting a bow with target panic and some archers develop it over time - either way, it's extremely common and most archers will face it at one time or another.

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Chance Beaubouef: Target Panic

Jun 5, 2019 2:40:39 PM / by Chance Beaubouef posted in Pro Tips

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He has more than 35 national wins under his belt with a bowhunting career to match - so you can bet Elite Archery's Chance Beaubouef has seen it all, including target panic. We asked Chance to weigh in on the topic and share what he thinks is the root cause of this all-too-common problem, and more importantly: how to solve it.

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SCOTT ARCHERY’S GELLENTHIEN DOUBLE GOLD MEDALLIST IN SHANGHAI, PUNCHES TICKET TO WORLD CUP FINAL

May 13, 2019 2:47:36 PM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in Tournament Wins

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The second stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup concluded in Shanghai over the weekend with Scott Archery’s Braden Gellenthien and the United States compound team dominating the field.

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DOMAGOJ BUDEN WINS REDDING

May 7, 2019 9:35:13 AM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in Tournament Wins

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Warm temperatures, rolling hills, three days and 70 targets. That’s what over 1,500 archers come to expect each year at the Western Classic Trail Shoot in Redding, California, where this year, Scott Archery’s Domagoj Buden shot his way to victory.

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SCOTT ARCHERY SHOOTERS MARLOW, MCCARTHY, BOULCH AND GELLENTHIEN IMPRESS GLOBALLY

Apr 29, 2019 2:11:57 PM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in News, Tournament Wins

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The first stage of the World Cup concluded in Medellin, Colombia with hardware being added to Scott Archery and Custom Bow Equipment shooter, Braden Gellenthien and JP Boulch’s mantles, while thousands of miles away Jacob Marlow and Emily McCarthy competed to podium finishes at the third Archery Shooters Association tournament of the year in Paris, Texas.

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SCOTT ARCHERY AND CBE SHOOTERS DOMINATE FT. BENNING ASA

Mar 27, 2019 9:41:29 AM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in Tournament Wins

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The second Archery Shooters Association (ASA) tournament of the year concluded Sunday at the Uchee Creek Army Campground in Fort Benning, AL, with three Scott Archery and Custom Bow Equipment shooters taking top spots on the podium, and many more finishing in the top ten of their respective professional classes.

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SCOTT ARCHERY/CBE’S HANNAH, MCCARTHY, GOMEZ TOP FOLEY PODIUM

Feb 25, 2019 1:21:34 PM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in Tournament Wins

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Foley, Alabama hosted the kickoff Archery Shooters Association (ASA) event of the year where Scott Archery and Custom Bow Equipment pro shooters Justin Hannah, Emily McCarthy and Tommy Gomez impressed with podium finishes.

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SCOTT ARCHERY SHOOTER GELLENTHIEN WINS NIMES GOLD

Jan 21, 2019 12:24:30 PM / by Darrin Christenberry posted in Tournament Wins

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The world’s most decorated archer, Braden Gellenthien, added more hardware to his collection over the weekend at the fourth stage of the Indoor Archery World Series that took place in Nimes, France, with a commanding performance and gold medal finish.

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Pro Tip: New Release Options

Dec 27, 2018 8:54:00 AM / by Chris Hacker posted in Pro Tips

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When choosing releases there are a lot of questions to be asked. Are you looking for a wrist strap release, a hinge, a thumb trigger? Maybe you’re a hunter struggling with target panic and need a hinge style to hunt with.  

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Pro Tips: Hinge Click or No Click

Dec 19, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Justin Hannah posted in Pro Tips

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As a pro archer for Scott Archery, I'm often asked if I use a click or no click on my hinge release. Personally I shoot a click on my hinges, because I use the click to start my shot. What I mean by that is I draw back and start getting into my anchor and my release should click, at that point I start aiming and going through my shot. Doing this helps me start from the same point each shot and I also do not waste any time aiming. 

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