Instinctive archers don't get target panic because they draw, point and fire in one motion. Archers who use sights, however, draw, line up the sight with the target as they peer through a peep sight and then make a conscious decision to shoot. In effect, they give their brains a chance to get in the way. Ideally, you should focus on the target, tell your body to start the shot sequence and then slowly let your body trigger the shot. An archer who uses a release aid shouldn't consciously think about squeezing the trigger. A perfect release comes as a surprise to the shooter.