Things to Consider when Investing in a Compound Bow
It is always best to consider several aspects especially when investing in an archery bow. You would need to be sure that the set of wheels you invest in will serve you and hence you will not have to invest sooner in another. In a case you fall under the category, you would need to take your time to learn more about compound archery.
As one begins learning, terms such as limbs, cams, stabilizers as well as wheels may be overwhelming making you feel like archery is one complex field you will take forever to master. In a case where one knows what to look for, he or she can have a very easy time investing in the right kit. You would also need to remember that the right kit for you is not always right for everyone else.
One would need to first get the ocular dominance right before investing in a bow. Ocular dominance simple means that the brain tends to prefer one eye over the other when it comes to the brain input. It is rather basic that one of the eyes tends to be more dominant when compared to the other. In most cases, the dominant eye tends to be on one side with the dominant hand. One would need to however remember that there are instances where the dominant hand is not on the same side with the dominant eye. In a case where you are not sure of where to start, you should consider testing your eye dominance in three simple steps.
One would basically need to make a small opening using the hands, between the thumb of one hand and the fingers of the other. Opening the two eyes, you would need to trace something small such as a doorknob. Once one has traced the object, one would then need to close one eye with both the hands and the head at the same position. One would consider having someone assist him or her in making sure that one of the eyes is closed especially for people who cannot blink one eye closed. It would be critical to note that the doorknob will stay in place with one eye closed and shift position when the other eye closes and the closed one opens. In a case where you open both eyes and also move on to open of the eyes and the doorknob remains, you would need to know that the open eye is the dominant one.
You would also need to know that the draw length is also a critical aspect to consider when buying a compound bow. You may also need to consider aspects such as the axle to axle length, and draw weight.