This post is a bit goofy but here it goes. Last year I got my first ASL bows. Both Northern Mist. The Sprague has been given special focus because it is going hunting this season. I’ve been shooting it exclusively the past couple of months, with the exception of some interludes with the American. The last two weeks I’ve shot my other, curvy, bows because nostalgia got the better of me. I said to myself I wasn’t going to do it being afraid to mess with any perceived mojo I was riding going into the woods with the Sprague. But I did. Wish I hadn’t. Don’t get me wrong, the transition taking up the ASL bows has greatly benefited my form overall but something about when you’re in the groove with a certain thing there’s no enjoyment in anything else. Just made me enjoy shooting the Sprague even more. Kind of sad, especially one bow that has been a faithful companion for 25 years. I won’t dwell on this and go enjoy my hunting with the tool I’ve been training with and absolutely love shooting. I mean really they’re just a sticks and a strings, so I keep telling myself. I’ll at least wait a bit after hunting season to see if I come back around after my focus has dissipated. If not then it’ll be a darned good excuse to sell them (the curvy ones) and get a takedown ASL, being practical and all. Anyone else experience such a thing?