Er... if there are such things as "brands", I mean. I don't know the first thing about archery, so bear with me.
My grandmother was an archer for about thirty years. She started in her early twenties and quit sometime in her fifties. She was a damn good archer and competed in a lot of tournaments. She's kinda getting up there (today was her 83rd birthday), so it would be cool to let her get back into one of her main old hobbies.
But, like I said, all I know about archery is that you pull the string back and shoot the arrow. Can you all tell me what would be a good kind of bow and arrow to buy, as in... it's durable, works well, and uh... whatever other criteria archers use to determine a bow's worth which I wouldn't know of because I'm not an archer?