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I just signed up for private archery lessons for $35 an hour. What should I look for in my instructor to make sure he knows his

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  • seth trudeau
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    Thanks sounds good.
    Seth

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  • huntfishtrap
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    It may sound simplistic, but if you start to shoot better after a few lessons, he's probably got you on the right track. But if there's no change, it might be a waste of money.

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  • JM
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    Ask lots of questions(how long he has been giving lessons, if he hunts/where he hunts, etc.). It may sound dumb, but ask questions that you already know the answer to and see how he answers them.

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    I just signed up for private archery lessons for $35 an hour. What should I look for in my instructor to make sure he knows his stuff? Thank you

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