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  1. #1
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    Default Samick Bighorn. Good for Begginers?

    Hi all,
    I'm totally new to archery and after try a recurve bow, a longbow and a compound bow of my friends, i'm thinking to buy my own bow.
    The recurve seems to fit better to my and after find a proshop with very kind professionals, they offer my a Samick Bighorn (62"35# or 40#) for 375$.
    Is this a good bow for a beginner in archery? Is a good price?
    Can you recommend another good recurve?
    (Just for target shoot indoor and outdoor, 3d shoots and no hunt)
    Thanks in advance!

    Jonathan.

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    Not sure about the price but that is a decent bow to get started with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silgaer
    Is this a good bow for a beginner in archery?
    Jonathan.
    There is no bow that is a bad bow for a newcomer to archery.

    You'll have a plenty of time to decide what style you wish to shoot.
    Take a kid with you. Show them the Great Outdoors. Pass it on.

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