|Name:||Mark Duane N Lu|
|Shooting at 18m distance.|
'My Bow Info'
Limbs:38 lbs 68 in. Hoyt Carbon Wood Laminated Limbs
Arrow Rest:Hoyt Super Rest
Bowstring:18 strands ABS Dyneema
String Bracing Height:9 in.
Center:29 in. Easton A/C/E/SS UHR
Middle:6 in. Easton A/C/E/SS
Side:10 in. Easton A/C/E/SS
Lower Limb:7 1/4 in.
Upper Limb:7 3/8 in.
Model:620 A/C/E Series G
Arrow Length:28 1/4 in.
Point Weight:100 gr.
Point Type:One Piece Bulge Parabolic
Fletching:Spin Wing Vanes
Legth:1 3/4 in.
Tuning Method:Bare Shaft
It was on June 1994 when I started playing archery. The
club I joined gave me a home made 25lbs one piece bow to
start with. I used the 25lbs bow for 2 months until my
coach told me to increase poundage to 30lbs. The 30lbs
was alright, at lease there was a increase in speed and
velocity on my aluminum arrows. Next was blue Hoyt Td4
with a 36lbs wood limbs and my arrow was a 1718 xx75. The
setup was used until December. On December I used a Black
Td4 with a 40lbs Carbon Plus Limbs and used a 670 A/C/E
arrows,The bow was just borrowed from a friend at the club. Late December I finally had my own equiptment which was a gold Radian with a 40lbs wood glass limbs and 670 A/C/E arrows, 80 grain point. I shifted to a 90 grain point becuase of some tuning problems, I use the 670 arrows and
90 grain point for 2 years. November 96, I adjusted the 1/4th of the tiller height to for more power. April 97, again I adjusted the tiller height to the maximum to match with the new arrow size that I used which was 620 A/C/E and
a 100 grain point for more down range velocity.
Our Archery Range is located inside Silliman University
campus, "Silliman" is the name of the school that I am
Now, I hope to return practicing for up coming tournaments!
My practice time is from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and resumes
at 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily except on Sundays . The time not listed is for rest and recreation. I jog 5:30 early in the
morning. After my daily practice I do flexibility , weight & bow training exercices
Just exercise,flexibility and practice. "Load, Pull, Anchor, Aim, And