Ringlight: Thanks! Can I ask what weigh the bows are?I have both and prefer the Quick Stick. It is a little more forgiving and a lot better looking.
Marton, is that your main bow? if you don't mind my asking... how tall are you?Only the slick stick here, it does not stack at 28.5 inches. I can't comment on any longer draw, however the extra two inches in the Quick stick would make it an even sweeter shooting bow. The slick Stick is a nice, light bow with no hand shock and a good shooter. I have 25000 shots trough it so far and it is just getting better (or me).
Hi Mark, I'm new to this site and to archery. I'm looking to buy my first Bow and I googled quick stick vs slick stick and found this thread from last year. I was just wondering which one you ended up getting and how it's working for you. I've only shot for 2 hrs at a local shop last Friday it was a 62" #20 recurve. I'm left eye dominant but Rt handed and shot with a left handed bow. I want to learn to shoot instinctive, so I know a lot of Lt eye dominant guys on youtube shoot Rt Hand Bows. My next session I'm going to shoot 2 Hrs on a Rt Hand Bow and see how it goes. I need to first decide which sided bow and then decide what weight for my first Bow. I want to eventually hunt with it, so I know I will need at least a #45. I also know it's best to get your form and technique down on a lower weight bow before moving up, but I don't really want to buy 2 bows. I like the look of the Bodnick Bearpaws and I've read they have No handshock and No stacking issues. Oh btw I have a 27.6" draw and am about 5'8". Any info will be greatly appreciated, Thanks.Thanks! That helps. I'm leaning towards getting about that exact slick stick. I have a #55 longbow, but I'm out of archery shape, and I think I need a lighter weight to work my way back up. I figure a #40 or #45 would be pretty good as long as it had a pretty good zip on it. Last thing I need a slow arrow that I need to arc to the moon to land a 30 yard shot. But I feel me pulling my #55 on my release. I know its fatigue.