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What side of bow does the arrow go on?

by Beginner
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What side does the arrow go on your bow if you are right handed?

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Depends on which hand you draw with...
by: Coach Zeober

If you are right handed you should be drawing the bowstring with your right hand and holding the riser/bow in your left hand.

The arrow is placed on the arrow rest so it is between the archer and the bow.

To clarify this more, whether you are shooting left or right handed, a good rule to remember is that your knuckles to the hand holding the bow will always be on the same side of the bow as the arrow rest, as in this picture


Knuckles under the arrow rest

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