With more & more people getting involved in archery & bow hunting, I feel I should share a few basic, but important, archery tips that have helped me when shooting my bow: -The number one, most important thing to me is that you shoot the exact same way each time. Form & consistency is everything so make sure you are anchoring the same way each time. I have a kisser button on my bow string that really helps me find my anchor point quicker each time. -Loosen up your grip. Gripping the bow too tightly can cause you to torque the bow left or right & make your shooting off. -Shooting at smaller dots on your targets help improve your accuracy & will help you shoot tighter groups. If you always shoot at the biggest dot on the target & can cause you to get a little sloppy. I like the Mckenzie Shot Blocker. -For the women bow hunters: Here's a tip to see if you are pulling back too much weight with your bow: Get your bow & sit down in a chair. Pull your feet up so they aren't touching the ground & pull your bow back. If you can't get it back, or are struggling too much, you are pulling too much weight. I only shoot about 45 pounds, and that's really all you need.