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'Follow through' is the part of a shot where you are loosing an arrow for a fraction of a second. Unlike firearms, there is a noticeable delay between choosing to shoot by releasing the sting and the arrow actually leaving the bow. In this time, moving your bow arm or another part of your body can have significant and unpredictable effects on the end shot itself.

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