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Try altering the angle of attack and pressure applied? I don't know. But that was a specific example we were given in our physics class a year ago or so 🙂 The correct answer at the time was to increase friction by pushing down more, and changing the angle of which the bow moved 🙂
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I just got a lighter bow and the bouncy went away. It has happened once or twice since, generally at the top end of the bow. I think it was happening because my weak and inexperienced bow arm wasn't keeping constant speed/pressure.
The early bird catches the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese!
Here's the topic about bouncing:
Video is there too =)
I'm still following those advices and my bouncing reduced (same bow, different day =)) A LOT since then
Maybe it could be helpful....
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