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Correction in Apr/May 2013 Issue

By T. J. Conrads
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There is a mistake in G. Fred Asbell's article, Fingers, Elbows and Backs.

Page 48 of the Apr/May issue was printed with the wrong image. The correct image and caption are below.

A deep hook on the string puts the elbow in a very straight line. Good push-pull shooting will result. (pg. 48)
A deep hook on the string puts the elbow in a very straight line. Good push-pull shooting will result. (pg. 48)



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