In order of what I look for in a bow: smooth draw curve, solid wall, good valley, smooth quiet shot, speed, and price. When I draw a new bow back and all of these standards are met I'm a fan. If I don't like any of these then I put the bow back on the rack and move on. It's got to have those or I wouldn't consider buying one. :wink:
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