I’ve been putting a lot of practice time in with my new/old Root Brush Master. Having only owned it for a couple weeks, I knew it would take time to learn its subtleties, so I average about 200 arrows a day at various distances to get to know it.
In the course of extra scrutiny, I discovered something about my own instinctive shooting process and have been able to tap into it and shrink my groupings to quite an extent. I realized that if I draw to full anchor point and forward posture while purposely looking down and to the right of my target a few inches and then raise my focus up and left to the target center (and allow my body to do the slight adjustment), my accuracy greatly improves.
Has anyone else experienced anything similar?