I would like to get a better understanding as to what general features of a compound bow setup (not just manufacturer/model names) that are best suited for Indoor spot shooting. Although, I suspect examples of specific bows would be helpful so I can relate to the various and knowledgeable replies given.
I'm new to compound bows, but have used recurves for hunting and some informal indoor shooting for many years.
Some basic info upfront to help relate to my question... I currently own a PSE Vendetta DC with 50-60# limbs set at it's minimum. I've been shooting it since August and hunted with it this fall. I have slight shoulder strength problems, therefore the minimal poundage. I have already ordered a set of 40-50# limbs, with the intent of hunting in the upper 40's and indoor spot shooting in the lower 40's.
But, I am contemplating the idea of getting another bow that would be setup exclusively for Indoor shooting. I thoroughly enjoy the smooth roll-over hump with the Drive hybrid cams on the Vendetta, but what about other factors that might assist in the most consistency where Indoor spot shooting is concerned? I understand the importance of shooting form/back tension and how it relates to consistency... the recurve was very challenging in that regard.
Obviously, a higher brace height and longer axle-axle length is advantageous, but what else? Type of cam/tuning system? Solid wall "keeps you honest"? Arrow rest recommendations, limb driven/cable driven? Those kinds of things....