Zane welcome to AT! You have chosen a great site to help you in your quest for archery knowlege, my first suggestion will be to use the search function to study up on an issue before blindly asking questions...though you can do that also. Take all things with a grain of salt, opinions abound. When you are ready to buy, visit a proshop in your area and get fitted for the right equipment. The two most common mistakes of first time archery buyers are getting too much draw weight, and getting the wrong draw legnth. Once you have the proper equipment, get at least 1 shooting lesson to start you off on the right foot, will help immensly!
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