Hello, I'm new to this site and sort of new to modern bowhunting. Many years ago (probably close to 30 years ago), I purchased an Indian compound. It is a Shikari model (hence the nickname) 45 - 55 lb. adjustable. It has just a primitive little stick on plastic arrow rest that I have never been able to get set up properly. I deer hunted just once with it just after I had bought it. I got a shot off on a nice doe but it was not a very good shot. The arrow did penetrate through the deer but I was never able to recover the deer after hours of crawling on hands and knees trying to find a drop of blood here and there. I was so sickened of the thought of wounding the deer and not being able to find it that I haven't bow hunted since. This bow is not in that bad of condition that possibly a new arrow rest and maybe adding a release aid and a better sight to it and a bunch of practicing with it might get me back into deer hunting with it again..... If someone here might be able to give me a couple ideas what (or what not to) do with it, I'd really appreciate it. I'm wondering about adding a Whisker Biscuit arrow rest for one thing. Any other ideas would be very helpfull!!! Thanks!