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  1. WalkedUp - Thank you for the clarification. I think I've stuck it everywhere but there. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/pdf/10.1098/rsif.2017.0224
  2. Yes, the wings are broken. I'm probably running it faster than a crow would normally flap. I seem to get a stronger reaction when running a quick tempo. The spikes are bent forward. Do you think they should also be bent down? I'm running the spike through the smaller, outer wing muscle.
  3. Really happy with the effectiveness of my new FF6 combo unit. However I've had a bit of learning curve on hooking the wings in so that they don't pop off occasionally during long sessions. I've resorted to using binder clips to hold the wings to the bar as pictured. With the addition, it ran for 6 hours without any need for adjustment. Anyone else come up with similar solutions?
  4. Enjoyed the video. You are spot shooting almost like shooting a rifle. Meaning your gun is not moving in a very high percentage of these shots. If you insert the barrel behind the bird and pull through you'll establish the line and likely find more consistency in your shooting. Insert muzzle behind the bird then butt, body, beak, bang! Leads will appear shorter with a moving gun. Just a little bit of space in front of the nose. It's what Digweed is talking about in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YAWU-0RX-6g Shotkam videos are good for evaluating your errors. From a personal standpoint, I tend to shoot over the bird when I use sustained lead. I don't seem to do this with a pull through method.
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