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Draven, it would be awesome if you could translate that article for us. I know that’s a big ask, so only if you’ve got the interest and quite a bit of extra time on your hands! There’s a couple of other JMC articles I’ve been fumbling to read as well. You could start your own sub-forum on Jean-Marie Coche translation! 👍🏻 It’d be a lot of work though. Probably easier to teach us ignoramuses to read French properly. 😂
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I started to translate it already, I will do little by little depending on my available time.
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"Screw it not worth my time.  remove me from this forum."

Ibd, I don't know who you are but I hope you give the forum another opportunity.

By the way, I used to play classical guitar. Segovia's transcription of the Bach Chaconne is the Everest of the discipline (my opinion). For those of you who want to listen (way off the topic of the thread, I know), here you go:



Again, Ibd, hope you stick around. 😉
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I started to translate it already, I will do little by little depending on my available time.

That’s awesome, many thanks Draven. To keep it organized and easy to find, you could start a thread on the John Schulz topic forum with your translation. Terrific value added to the community, well done!
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I came across JM Coche many years ago. I kept a picture of him on my phone. Here’s a good picture of JM Coche form.

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... and don’t forget, “All roads lead to Target Panic” 😅
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Basically it is just one single way of aiming: learning a sight picture. 
How you learn it is up to the archer. Harder you cling on the pin / marks on bow / tip of the arrow easier you get TP

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The common ground is what science says: we survived due to our capacity to recall beats and pieces of images from the past and used them on our advantage in the present. Do you think that seeing "eyes or a face" when we look at an electrical outlet is a weird mistake? We are more visual than anything else. 
The rest is "my version vs yours", most of the time contradicting just because "I believe" is the verb who gave us access to become part of a group - and we don't like to be out of a group since nobody survives alone.

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Webster, why Howard Hill had followers? Because he was showing to the people how good he is. Why today many follow X or Y who's using X or Y aiming method? Because they show to the people how good they are at things that matter to them. The shift in mentality and how archery is judged today compared with yesterday is not an act of Reptilians to weaken the Earthlings, there is no hidden agenda.
I think I said it here years ago, the swing-draw and instinctive shooting should be declared "National Treasure" since there is no support in "instinctive" word alone to be accepted by everybody as real without the help of science and personal interpretation. But the text above it is an interesting monologue about how people should be when you dismiss a personal explanation like "gapstinctive" as oxymoron. A word is the expression of 200 thoughts and thoughts are defining a person.

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I have learned that for making decisions for myself (again only for myself) that I am happiest and most confident with my decisions/positions when I focus on the possible resulting practical outcomes for me from among my optional choices.

I remember watching the Bowery Boys while very young where a big strong good-hearted slow-witted guy was frequently influenced by a clever articulate fast-talking small guy to do evil things.  The big guy naturally innately understood that the things that he was being asked to do were wrong.  The big guy really did not desire to do the evil things.  However, the big guy’s natural goodness and common sense were always overwhelmed by the overpowering convincing sounding arguments espoused by the little evil guy.

I often recall those Bowery Boys scenes when being bombarded by lawyer-like arguments, mathematical arguments, cherry-picked science information, moral arguments, and emotion based arguments.

It is best for me to actually try each different thing whenever possible.  I observe the outcomes of each choice for me.  I close my eyes and meditate on my future life with one outcome versus the other outcome.  I am then easily able to blot out and ignore all the great sounding logical arguments and “good reasons” in favor of instead enjoying the outcomes I prefer.

I have found that this works for me for archery and almost all aspects of my life.

I have found this process particularly useful for choosing political positions.  I have often observed that implementation of wonderful emotionally-based compassionate government policies have resulted with human feces on public sidewalks while implementation of supposedly mean spirited heartless government policies result in clean safe public sidewalks.  I close my eyes and contemplate my future living with human feces on the sidewalks versus clean safe sidewalks.  What do I want for my future?  What do I prefer?  It then becomes very easy for me to just ignore all the great sounding allegedly “compassionate” arguments in favor of choosing whichever government policies that will actually result in my preferred outcome.


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Fudd, did you paid attention - to not ask understood - what it is said here or you just post because you can?
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I think that you may be faking it. No problem, I will let you to it. 
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I’ll just leave this here...

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This is the post that just won't die
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nesbitm, I've been shooting stickbows since I was a kid in the 60's. And have always, in all that time shot what is called instinctive. Never tried any other method, no need for it.

Steve's bows can most definitely be shot instinctively. Good luck with your bow choice.
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