Success Stories

Been to the Shooter’s School or taken private lessons from Bernie? Bought any of our products that helped you? Let us brag on you! We’ll put your success stories here as we get them. Be sure to mail us a picture, too (or email us a JPG).

Here’s a few of the students and their accomplishments.
Look for more to come!


83 year old Hollis Lankford used to shoot 260 out of 300 until he got Bernie’s PanicMaster and Bow Simulator and the NFAA Shooter’s School Video Series and began reprogramming his shot sequence. The techniques he learned evidently paid off. Hollis shot a 296 with 37 Xs on the first day of the 2002 Indoor Nationals in Kansas City, MO. Most people his age are more concerned with finishing all their prune juice! Great shooting, Hollis!!!

At age 15, Chris Glass of Oxford, MI, started taking private lessons from Bernie. In less then one year he set two new world records, one of which was at the 2001 FITA Indoor World Championship in Florence, Italy. As a Junior Division competitor (18 and under), Chris shot the highest score recorded in any class, including the adult divisions. Chris and his two teammates won the Junior Team Gold medal and established two new junior world records (258 Semifinal round and 257 Gold Medal Match). Bernie said, “Since Chris came for private lessons, he has greatly improved and routinely shoots 300 with 57-59 Xs. He has the work ethic, maturity and focus that it takes to make him one of the best shooters in the sport.”

Dave Hryn of West Seneca, NY. Since he went to the shooter’s school he won the Atlantic City Archery Classic and the NFAA Outdoor Nationals twice. In IFAA, Dave has won 5 times and set a world record for the Field Round (FSL), co-holds the Hunter Round record and has the Animal Round record, a perfect 560. Dave says, “Bernie’s shooters school and personal instruction helped me put together the pieces of my physical and mental shot sequence.” Dave also credits the video tapes from Robinhood Videos and Bernie’s PanicMaster and Bow Simulator which he used to reprogram  that information.

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Last modified: 05/12/03