It is only advice?
My Real advice is to shoot them,Then you will find out where you are at,it's a feelin of preferences.
You have to decide really what you are trying to acheive.
Speed is a issue when you are shooting 3d's,5 yards can make or break a line with 10 fps.
Both of these recommendations I made to you are justifiable for 2 reasons.This is the first.
The second is Axle to axle,the more you have the better the forgiveness on longer shot's.
I choose to get a bow that has a large Axle to axle,over 38, a braceheight over 7,and around 300 fps or better.
You can't find alot of bows that do that,if you do it might be worth trying to shoot it.
There are 300 different grips out there,and 15 different custom strings,12 different stabilizer companys,100 releases to try.
Obviously sights,scopes,peeps.....oh yea,Arrows too? All personal preferences and everone does something different for every bow good or bad.
It's archery advice that comes from everyone that helps.
Your the one who can try it all and see what makes you pound the bulls/12 rings the best.
Last edited by glenny; 12-28-2004 at 06:30 PM.