Tips For Buying Your Bows
Posted: Mar 11, 2017
This is quite a daunting task to get the correct bow for your son or daughter starting archery even yourself.Here are a couple of things to consider before even choosing the bow you want.
First off, what kind of archery is it going to be? Recurve archery or Compound Archery?
Is it just for fun, to compete in tournaments or hunting?
If you are going to be competing in Western Cape Archery tournaments you need to decide which competitions and class you will compete in. As every competition have their rules for the specific events and classes.
For instance if you going to take part in the National Archery Schools Program then you will need the equipment specified in their rules and regulations.
Indoor or 3D tournaments have their own rules and regulations and you’ll need to comply with their rules.
My advice would be to contact Archery Shop Oudtshoorn.
We can help you figure out what is needed for your child to get started in the archery field.
A few other things to consider would be to figure out what kind of bow they want to use: recurve or compound bow?Then what you want to spend, your budget?
Start there as the price would limit a whole lot of options.
You can easily find prices on the web or contact Archery Shop Oudtshoorn for assistance.
You might even have to look at 2nd hand bows depending on your budget, you can often find great deals 2nd hand so don’t be discouraged just yet.
Mostbow shops will gladly check out a 2nd hand bow for you to make sure it’s in good condition and worth the asking price.
Just shooting for fun is a no brainer! Decide what kind of bow you like shooting with. Maybe go try out a few at Youth Bows George.
Buy what you can afford and grow from there. Any bow can be upgraded or accessorised!
Hide-out Western Cape Archery can assist you to choose the correct bow for your young upcoming archer.
For any further assistance please don’t hesitate to contact us at Hide-out Bow Shop Youth Bows George.
The author has been working as a Cape Town Bow shop for years and Western Cape Bow shop feels proud to help his clients at the time of the archery. According to him a mixture of various ideas gives rise to a fruitful proposal.
The author has been working as a Cape Town Archery for years and Western Cape Archery feels proud to help his clients at the time of the archery. According to him a mixture of various ideas gives rise to a fruitful proposal.