wickedmfer wrote:Find a good Pro shop, and go and actually shoot some bows. Don't make up your mind until you do cause some fit better than others. You may find you love a Parker over all the others or whatever, but it's important to try as many as you can before you buy. Check for adjustability. You want a bow that will grow with you. Faster is not always better. Carbon arrows last way longer and don't bend. Use a sight, Peep, Kisser button, and release. They make a HUGE difference when your learning. Find a shop that is willing to help you get it right, not just sell you any bow.
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