Hello everyone, Well the other day at a swap meet, I ran across a beautiful vintage compound bow, stained wood and in great shape. Unfortunately it was $60 and I decided to see what else I actually NEEDED for my car before I blew a lot of money on the bow. By the time I came back around, it was gone. Well I have since learned that it was a Darton Compound Bow SL8000. I have found another online for cheaper than that and still in good shape. Length is 33" with a draw weight of between 50-70lbs. You guys think this would be a good bow to re-learn on? I love the vintage look, and won't be doing anything serious with it, just shooting targets and such in my backyard. After I get used to this I would like to try my hand at a recurve or longbow, but that is in the future when I have a little more money. A few of my friends have more modern compound bows, but I like the look of this one and always up for more of a challenge. I hear a lot of people say it's 95% skill, 5% equipment! Let me know! Thanks guys!