This is kind of a test to see how many traditional archers are still here. This section of the forum seems a little scarce.
I got a new Recurve less then a year ago. It's a Bear 55lb from Cabelas. It has a real nice formed grip carved into the wood that puts the bow in a perfect position in relation to my holding arm and line of sight. I don't know all the technical terms, I just know I'm a lot more accurate with this then my long bow . I've shot compounds too and I find my recurve a lot easier to shoot then the compounds. A lot more accurate is a relative term, I'm now able to shoot the broad side of a barn from OUTSIDE the barn.
What exercises do you use to improve your accuracy? I've been trying to locate a good point of reference to use on the bow, something I can use almost like range marks in a scope but I'm having a hard time finding anything stable enough. Any suggestions to help me out.