Actually, I've done it a few times

Dating bear recurve bows

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With sufficient practice, such archers can normally achieve good practical accuracy for hunting or for war. Each archer has a particular preference, but mostly this term indicates that the leg furthest from the shooting line is a half to a whole foot-length from the other foot, on the ground. This keeps the forearm out of the way of the bowstring. They are not limited by the strength of a single archer and larger varieties have been used as siege engines.

The Navajo people have developed highly ornamented bracers as non-functional items of adornment. The grip and the relative thickness of the limbs look convincing, as does the twisted rawhide or gut string.

In the illustration above, I have used the computer to restore it to its original appearance. Two makes the arrow unstable in flight. Bow and arrow Clay Hayes drawing a Pacific yew selfbow using the split finger method. The archer holds the bow arm outwards, toward the target.

They were widespread among Inuit who lacked easy access to good bow wood. When a bow is used, the muscles are able to perform work much more slowly, resulting in greater force and greater work done. You draw the string back to the corner of the right eye and aim over the left thumb at the target. Uncle would brace them after taking a few deep breaths to prepare himself for the effort.

Two makes the arrow unstable in

Some are so highly ornamented that the users could not have used them to loose an arrow. The standard convention on teaching archery is to hold the bow depending upon eye dominance. That's a completely different situation from what happened in the past. Three-under aiming places the index, middle, and ring fingers under the nocked arrow. Now all we can get is industrially-cut wood.

Compound bows are often held at full draw for a short time to achieve maximum accuracy. This lets the archer adjust aim with successive shots to achieve accuracy.