Hey guys, my name is Paul, and I'm from northern ontario, canada.
I've been browsing the forum for a few days now, and registered yesterday, I really enjoy the atmosphere here!
I've shot an old 30# recurve bow for a few years now, not getting *that* much practice time out of it, but I have decided I would like to buy myself a good compound bow. The one that I am looking at and that is in my price range, and featured as "best value bow" in my outdoor canada magazine is this one: http://www.pse-archery.com/prod.php?k=135541&u=0816NI
What do you guys think about it?
From a guide I found on the net, my draw length is 26", and I'm not sure how hard it is to pull, so I'm thinking of choosing the 50lb draw weight to start off with. My question is, if I buy it at 26" draw length and 50lb, would I be able to change it myself later on, if I find that is not what I'm looking for, or would I have to send it back to them or someting?
To continue with more questions, I read somewhere that the minimum weight your arrow should be to safely shoot is 5x the draw weight, arrow weight in grains obviously. When choosing/building an arrow, should I build it just over the minimum grain limit, or it doesn't really matter how heavy it is?
Thanks for the answers guys,
Looking forward to being part of the community here,