The Basic Essentials of Compound Bows
First time users of a compound bow will find it quite challenging to set it up. The bow itself is just the beginning of a finely-tuned shooting system for arrows. Once you have found the right compound bow for yourself, it is important next to set up the essentials that would properly fit your bow. Once all the essentials are there then you can use your compound bow to start shooting right away. Below are the essentials that you need for your compound bow.
If you have a compound bow then one of its most important parts is the arrow head. When the shooter draws and releases the bow, the arrow is held in place in the arrow head. The full-capture rest and the drop-away rest are the two types of arrow rests for your compound bow. Each of the types of arrow rests have their own pros and cons. If you want a high level of accuracy at a long range, then the drop-away rest is ideal. It also eliminates contact with an arrow’s fletching while allowing for a longer arrow fletching having a high amount of helical turns. The only disadvantage of this type of arrow rest is its price because they are very expensive.
If you want a rest that creates an even, full contact with an arrow fletching, then the full capture rest is ideal for you. This means that no matter how the shooter holds his bows, the arrow is kept totally secure. Since the shooter no longer needs to worry about an arrow falling off the rest, his confidence is boosted. They are also much cheaper. But, at long range, these rests are not as accurate as a drop-away rest.
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With a compound bow sight, you can align your eye with the bow. With a sight, you can aim precisely at the vitals of your target. You can actually choose to shoot without a sight but it would significantly diminish your accuracy. The three main types of sight to choose from are the fixed pin, movable pin, and the pendulum.
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A compound bow shooter should look out for a number of features in all the three sights. A round pin guard is better than a rectangular or square one. With this, aiming is easier and your accuracy is greater. The best pins to use are those that get illuminated by bright fiber optics. They are best viewed with brighter optics especially in low light conditions.
Balancing a bow in a way that it rests straight up and down in a shooter’s bow hand, one needs a stabilizer. These stabilizers are able to absorb most of the vibration caused by a released arrow.