Bowhunting Prep: 'Jumping the String' Equation Explained

Under real-world conditions, most hunting bows with reasonable draw weights aren't shooting much faster than 300 feet per second. Is that fast enough to keep a buck from jumping your string? Archery coach and hardcore bowhunter Larry Wise explains the math behind arrow speed and a deer's reaction time.

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