i am going to buy my first bow this year and it has to be a PSE because it is the closest dealer. I can pull back 70 pounds, and was wondering sugestions for bows and set ups. I was thinking of madness, or brute.
yeah...what he saidi would recommand something cheap and easy, along the $300 price mark.
stinger would be a great choice.
since it's your first bow, something tells me that you're not gonna keep it for more than a year. after you've gained some experience, you will want something that fits you better.
it's the same reason as buying cars. never go all out and buy a porsche or lambo for your first car. save that for later.
Dude it is not a advantage. Why do you think we dont shoot overdraws any more. It will make you shoot acording to the rest not what the correct form in get real. For starting out you want forgiving not unforgiving.that said about the bows, let's get down to the accessories.
for hunting, a wrist strap trigger release is a must. for target, a thumb release.
don't go for back-tension. save that for later.
as for the rest, wisker biscuit all the way.
with that you can focus on plain shooting, instead of complicated tuning and adjusting and arrows falling off the rest. a containment drop-away works as well, but wisker has one other advantage.
unlike dropaways, the wisker is in contact with your arrow all the way, meaning that any bowhand torque is going to be amplified. (mistakes will seem more obvious)this might not be what you want in a tornament, but it'll teach you how to hold a bow properly
you need to start off with the best form possible, since changing them down the road is going to be hard.
a bowsling is a must, blazer fletching is a must (because of wisker biscuit), stabilizer is optional, but it does help with your aiming.
choose a micro-adjustable sight (makes life a lot easier), and pick something good.
when you change bows you can take it off and put it on ur new bow.
any other questions?
didn't know that...Dude it is not a advantage. Why do you think we dont shoot overdraws any more. It will make you shoot acording to the rest not what the correct form in get real. For starting out you want forgiving not unforgiving.