Baymen Moe wrote:If you can visit an archery shop with a good selection you should be able to try some out before buying. A good shop will help you with draw length and general fit and the poundage you can pull. If you have the slightest idea that you will be into bowhunting go with a quality bow from the start. There are "beginner" bows, so to speak, but I'd start off with something you'll want to keep shooting for a few years rather than buy a newer better bow down the line. Good luck!
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