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Im thinking about buying a bow and could you guys give me tips on a good beginner bow?(but I know how to hunt very well)And some

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  • silsbyj
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    Go to a bow local bow shop and ask if you can shoot a few different bows. If the bow doesnt feel good in your hands you wont ever be able to shoot it your best. I would definatly go with carbon arrows....pricy but will fly true and are really quiet. As for broadheads, there is a lot to take into account when picking one. Talk to the bow shop and they will hook you up.

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  • Smitty77
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    Depending on how much you would like to spend I would go with a Bowtech. I purchased a Trubute a couple years back and its the best purchase I've made in gear. You can view the lineup on their website. I think the Tomkat would be a good bow for a beginner but why not spend the money and get the bow you could have for the rest of you're life. As far as arrows, carbon is the way to go. They remain straight until there broken. Need I say more. Dont fall into the trap of buying mechanical broadheads. There absolute crap and anybody who shoots them must not have respect for the game.

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  • herbie57_57
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    One of my friends just bought a Parker package bow for around $400 set up. He also got 6 arrows with it. I've got Limbsavers on my limbs, string leaches and a Whisker Biskit to keep it as quiet as possible. G5 Montecs work well, if you are close to a Cabela's or Scheel's they both have really helpful people in their archery departments.

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    Im thinking about buying a bow and could you guys give me tips on a good beginner bow?(but I know how to hunt very well)And some tips on buying broad heads and accessories.

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