Can you tell me what your budget is for the kids, and whether this budget is for just one bow, or two one for your son and one for your daughter? I love this site! It has been so helpful in my decision making process for a good recurve bow. I have a question of you if would be willing to help me out. I have been waiting to purchase my own bow for a while now. I am currently using a 30 Bear Panda circa , borrowed from a friend. I adore this bow it fits me perfectly especially on the grip, I have small hands. Is this something I should be concerned with for the Blackhawk?
Overall though, I think the Blackhawk is a relatively safe bet for you, with very low risks. Also keep in mind that the better your bow holding form and technique is, the more comfortable you will feel holding a wider range of bows. So what might feel a little uncomfortable at first, can become much more comfortable as your technique improves. Hope this helps! Hello, thanks for this very informative site. My question is what type of arrow should I buy, I am always confused in arrow shaft size and lenght..
Hi, I have a 31 inch draw length. What length recurve bow would you recommend to avoid stacking? Do you have any specific suggestions? However if you want to be extra safe, make sure to get a bow with a minimum length of 2x your draw length. Both kids are strong, train in Kung fu. Hey, nice to know this website! Jokes appart, thanks and forgive me for my ridiculous english, self taught at it… Best regards! You should probably get a take-down recurve bow so you can change the limbs a few months down the line and increase the draw weight.
As far as exercises go, anything you can do to strengthen your lateral back muscles will work great. Is this true? I am a beginner, looking to get my first bow for target shooting. The research I have done suggests that for my draw length of What would you suggest? Obviously the longer the bow the better as far as accuracy goes. My draw length is Sounds like the Martin Saber or Jaguar could be perfect for you. Is it advisable to install sights on a recurve? Will a sight help with this? Also, how do you determine your draw length? I want to pick the right bow, but I have to get my specs first.
Sights are a matter of taste. I have decided to try archery as a personal hobby. You have a lot of great information here for beginners. I will most likely be doing solely target practice, but would like to have a Bow with enough Draw Weight to give me other options in the future. I understand that the longer the Bow, the more accurate it is, but is there a cut off length depending on the indivuduals height? According to your chart, I should use , but how can I be sure that I have the ability to draw that kind of weight?
Im guessing the only sure way is to go to a local archery place and try some different weights? Thank you in advance for any help. There will be minor stacking for sure due to your long draw, however if will get used to it pretty quickly. Just what the archery doctor ordered.. It will really help in my next purchase.
You have a very informative website. Now I was just wondering if you would have any suggestions for a recurve with these particular priorities? Threaded for a plunger arrow rest. Take down for easy transport. A shorter bow preferred 48 inch with a draw weight of 45 pounds do to my short height and being used in a tree stand.
Thank you in advance for any help you might bestow on me. I have a recurve non-takedown bow. Who made it? I had a quick question about the Bearpaw Kiowa. Have you ever had a chance to test one? For some reason I am not seeing the column that shows whether a bow is right or left handed. What do you recommend for a beginner takedown model that comes in leftie and is fiberglass since those tend to come already pre-drilled for accessories.
I am a beginner as yet and need something reasonable in price and quality. Hi, thanks for all the awesome info. But right handed so she holds the bow with her left hand. Do you know what would be a good bow for her? I have gotten back into the sport after many years. I am shotting a Samick Sage I am using a 24 inch riser for an overall bow length of 67 inches. I draw to 31 inches. I like the Sage but have been wondering if I should think of upgrading. I am strictly a weekend shooter, not in competition or hunting.
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Time limit is exhausted. Hello Jake, I would say this only depends on your budget. Hi Juerge, I actually prefer the Hoyt Buffalo the most for hunting.
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Hello Leigh! Hi Stuart Thank you for the kind words, and really happy to hear about the Grizzly! Hi Lucas! Hi Mike Obviously the longer the bow the better as far as accuracy goes. Thanks, all of the information here has been very helpful. BTW, I mainly intend to target shoot with the recurve I purchase. Hello, I have decided to try archery as a personal hobby.
Thanks for all the meticulous work! Hi Mark, I had a quick question about the Bearpaw Kiowa. Thanks in advance. I would probably get myself a 30lb bow just in case she needed to upgrade in the future. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. If you have a gun equipped, the pan will go on your back so you still have a shield. Only in Airdrop Sticks out so its also hard to hide in bushes.
People might target you. Slow swinging rate and low obstacle damage making it had to open crates. Can do 40 damage. Can hit multiple targets at once with its cleave effect. Has large hit range and high damage. It is a unique item and might lure people to you. Can be cooked. Can be used to lure enemies out of areas. Doesn't give away position while hiding in a bush. Easy to dodge. Vulnerable while cooking grenade.
Does not have a long range. You can easily blow yourself up if you or your teammates are not careful. Obviously doesn't do damage.
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Can be used by enemies to hide or surprise attack you. Cannot be cooked. Reduces view to x1 scope Enemies may drop Frag Grenades in the smoke. Can be dual-wielded. Very common. Hey, at least it's better than nothing. Very common ammo. Decent range for an SMG. Can drain health if used properly. Low damage when compared to rifles. High firerate, especially when dual-wielding. When dual-wielded at close range, can demlish opponents. Super small mag size.
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Uses ammo very quickly. Very long reload, especially when dual-wielded. Extremely low damage per hit. High firerate. Quick reload for its magazine size. Big mag size. Common ammo. Quick reload. Good damage output. Long ranged. Easier to aim with burst. Burst is not helpful at close range combat. Slow pause between bursts. Fires very fast. Fastest single reload speed in the game. One of the rarer guns in game.
The place where it is most common usually has many people around. Low damage per hit. High damage output, can one-shot a player without armor Reloading is done 1 round at a time which is useful if not all rounds are spent. Slow fire rate. Reduces player speed after firing.
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Takes longer to reload when magazine is empty. Common Shoots 18 bullets per shot Reloads one by one Fires really fast. Have to be very close to an enemy to be very effective. Each bullet does 4 damage Small magazine size. Relatively high capacity. Reloads all at once.
Short range. Not as fast as the MP May be targed for this weapon. High range and tight grouping. Highest capacity of all shotguns. The fact that rounds are reloaded one at a time is useful for topping off non-full magazines. Less damage than other 2 shotguns however, its tight grouping makes up for this as most of the bullets will hit your opponent. Less viable in CQC than other Shotguns. Pretty high damage for a pistol. High accuracy. Common Can be Dual-Wielded. High rate of fire. Better accuracy than M High mag size. Decent damage. Not good at close range combat.
Ammo is not too common.
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Long range. Fast firing. High velocity. High damage. Large magazine size. Higher damage against cover. Long reload. Player slowed a lot when firing. Horrible at close range, if you cannot quickswitch very well and will be an easy target due to the wait time for the next shot. Slow firing because of bolt-action. Tiny magazine. Bigger magazine than the Mosin. Horrible at close range if you cannot quickswitch very well. Slow firing due to bolt-action. High damage per hit. The last shot creates an audible "ping" noise which can notify the user if their weapon is empty.
The ping can also notify enemies of an empty clip. Overrated for a golden airdrop weapon. Poor at close quarters combat. Small magazine capacity. Extremely accurate. Good range. Fast reload. Doesn't use up ammo too quickly Easier to aim with burst. Burst firing isn't reliable at assault rifle attacks. Slow pauses between burst. More accurate Spray n Pray weapon. Rapidfire rate. Better at CQC than other rifles.
Can be used as a decently effective close-range weapon. Faster firing than the M39 EMR. Good damage. Bad at close range combat. Less powerful than the M39 EMR.
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