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Posted by Petey (Member # 514) on :
 
I'm looking at getting into this, and, of course, I've seen all the TV shows and talked to friends, but I'm wondering should I go old school go with the longbow or opt for the high tech compound?
 
Posted by 1927A1 (Member # 8) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Petey:
I'm looking at getting into this, and, of course, I've seen all the TV shows and talked to friends, but I'm wondering should I go old school go with the longbow or opt for the high tech compound?

Petey,

Go with a compound, you will not regret it.

1927A1
 
Posted by Jungle Work (Member # 373) on :
 
Go compound. Like a sore whang, it can't be beat.

Jungle Work
 
Posted by fastmover (Member # 3347) on :
 
Compund is the way to go. They are smaller and faster.

I have a PSG Baby G for almost 6 years now and love it. I only have the opportunity to shoot a couple of times throuout the yeat jsut due to time and place to shoot the bow.
 
Posted by slayr (Member # 3373) on :
 
compound all the way, I am a Target shooter, 3-d shooter and bowhunter, If i had the money i would get both, Traditional Archery is alot of fun!!
 


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