TAA and string walking

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Kendaric
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TAA and string walking

#1 Post by Kendaric » Sat Mar 27, 2021 3:35 pm

I was having a look at the TAA equipment guidelines, and I noticed that Hybrid is the only division (para aside) that does not mention one finger touching the arrow or the use of one permanent nocking point which may be marked by one or two nock locators.

Was this deliberate, to allow string walkers and fixed crawlers a division to shoot in as well?

Ian Turner
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Re: TAA and string walking

#2 Post by Ian Turner » Sat Mar 27, 2021 6:04 pm

Hopefully it was just a mistake and those words/paragraphs were meant to be included!
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