Pull your bow back when you get in the tree.
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Pull your bow back when you get in the tree.

Pull your bow back when you get in the tree.




      

Pull your bow back when you get in the tree.




Every good bow hunter knows that he should pull his bow back a couple of times after he gets into his tree stand. Last year while doing so my arrow really started to clatter as I pulled my bow back. I realizes the cause was the cable guard needed lubricated. What a problem, I would never get my bow pulled back with any self-respecting white tail within range. As I sat there thinking as to what to do I remembered how oily the skin around your nose can get. So I rubbed some oil from my face on the cable guard, and guess what, it worked. Sometimes you need to use your imagination.

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