I have been an archer my entire life, I have been harassing animals with flying sticks since I was 5 years old. The 50's and 60's had numerous gadgets just garranteed to be the best. A sport can only be a sport if there is limitations built in to keep it a sport. I watched some string walkers at an area range. It reminded be of kids playing with Leggos, a lot of fussing with the gadgets, swapping limbs, moving this moving that, changing points on arrows. The CP shooters were a wide range of things, one fellow drew his bow in the morning then sometime that afternoon he pushed the button and let go of the string, then declared that something must have bumped his bowsight. I have seen this clinging to crutches before, but it seems to be a brain washing entrancement this time around. If we look across the spectrum of society, 'traditional' no longer seems very traditioanl.