4 replies [Last post]
Offline
Location: Yakima
Joined: 10/25/2007
Posts: 81
thinking about getting a bow

so this season will be my first year hunting. ill be doing modern firearm this year but next year im thinking about bow hunting for deer and elk. i was just wondering how difficult is it for a newb that hasnt fired a bow??

CVC
CVC's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Location: Kansas
Joined: 03/04/2006
Posts: 3579
thinking about getting a bow

Find a good archery shop and get fitted with a bow that feels good to you and then practice, practice and practice and you'll do fine.

Offline
Location: Yakima
Joined: 10/25/2007
Posts: 81
thinking about getting a bow

today was at the archery shop and was holding back a primos brand bow. with the other manufacturers, i noticed my arms werent straight and steady like they should be but with the primos bows i noticed it was level the entire time. so im thinking about going for their brand of bows. plus the grip feels good too!

CVC
CVC's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Location: Kansas
Joined: 03/04/2006
Posts: 3579
thinking about getting a bow

feel is real important - if it feels good, it probably will shoot good. Thumbs up

bitmasher's picture
Offline
Moderator
Location: Colorado
Joined: 02/27/2002
Posts: 2974
thinking about getting a bow

Primos bows are made by PSE. If you like the Primos you might try other PSE variations.

Probably the most challenging aspect of bow hunting is not the bow but the hunting. With a bow you have to get closer to your game. If your good at that aspect of the hunt, then the rest will come with practice.

Related Forum Threads You Might Like