Bow Hunting : How to Shoot a Hunting Bow

December 9, 2010 by Bowhunter  
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When shooting a hunting bow, safety is a key factor, so it's important to take a proper stance and to never pull a bow back with a finger in front of the trigger. Avoid the habit of punching the release in bow hunting with help from a competitive bow hunter in this free video on shooting hunting bows. Expert: Billy Coulter Contact: www.fortlauderdalearchers.com Bio: Billy Coulter is a competitive bow hunter and instructor with Fort Lauderdale Archers, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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24 Responses to “Bow Hunting : How to Shoot a Hunting Bow”
  1. Arrow Rests says:

    Bowhunting

    A good compound bow can start anywhere from $400 and go up into the thousands.
    The bow used in this video is probably in the $1000 and up range considering a pro archerer is shooting it like he has practiced with it before.
    Also, it’s hard to tell because I don’t know if this bow was purchased before or after paralell limb technology was invented.

  2. Vintage Archery

    how much does a bow like that cost ?

  3. Bowhunting says:

    Archery Sights

    thats kind a compound bow. ya u u use it to hunt. but its a compound bow.

  4. Bowhunting says:

    Archery Equipment

    @yopoza I shot a deer with less than a 45 pound draw and the arrow passed through completely

  5. Browning Nomad

    @XxXHuntress a deer is 40 pounds so 30 would easily do the job for you

  6. Compound Bows

    what bow strength, weight, speed(fps), or? ‘”reqirments” does it take to take down small critters like raccoons or squirrels???? im new to bow hunting. plz reply and coyotes

  7. Bow Cases says:

    Recurve Bows

    wel in that case… at average range that most of you guys shoot from tree stand would be like in between 10-25yards right? (sorry i wouldnt know, dont live in america or hunt from a stand) the MINIMUM i would go would be 50lbs. and that would have to be good broadside shots, no quartering to. 50lbs is not enough to bust through much bone. thats my opinion anyway

  8. Hoyt Bows says:

    Ben Pearson Archery

    @yopoza i think he was more worried about poundage than anything.

  9. Arrow Rests says:

    PSE Thunderbolt

    The only problem I have with this is that you use a lot of official terms and I don’t know what half of them are. Besides that it’s a great video.

  10. Arrow Rests says:

    PSE Thunderbolt

    Man! It’s one of the most useful tutorials I’ve seen about bows. Thumbsup!

  11. Bow Cases

    @MegaBuckfever fricken any bow will do the job. they make bows for hunting, meaning hunting anything… not bows for specific species

  12. Archery Equipment

    what kind of bow would you recomend for whitetail and muledeer hunting?

  13. Hoyt Bows

    @vemkanmanlitapa is that why you like it?

  14. Hoyt Bows says:

    Bowhunting

    Hey man, ignore the idiots. I just bought my first compound bow yesterday and these vids are really useful…

  15. Bow Cases

    Hi pal. Thanks so much for your vids, I find them very helpful and insightful.

  16. Bowhunting says:

    Bowhunting

    Do you have to wear a camo shirt when practicing at the range?

  17. Bowhunting says:

    Bow Cases

    @moonsmilelucide I think he was rotating his peep sight

  18. bow hunting

    did he had some ichy chin or what at 1:11

  19. Bowhunting says:

    Bowhunting

    @EarnanOMaille no but its a close second

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