Help You Make The Right
3 times mentioned • Whikey White • 31 December 2015
Making the Right Bow Choice
For your first bow, you should ask an archery shop near you, an archery coach or a more experienced shooter to help you make the right choice. No matter the style, the size of your bow will depend on several factors like your age, height and draw length.
When you are just starting out, the only factor determining how long your arrows should be is your draw length.
As a beginner, it is best to use arrows that are at least an inch or two longer than your draw length. For safety reasons, always go with longer arrows. Never go shorter.
Recurve Bows – Recurve bows are the only bows the Olympics allow. Many archers also shoot recurve bows in field archery and 3D archery, and when bowhunting with higher-poundage bows.
Compound Bows, Traditional Bows.