Which is better a compound bow or a normal bow?
You have asked a partial question:
Which is better FOR ME, a compound bow, or a recurve bow.
Which is better for hitting a whitetail deer, in moderate brush, from a tree stand, at distances exceeding 20 yards?
There is no answer to the question as you posed it. I would suggest finding a local archery shop, and posing the question to the experts.
The short answer to your partial question...
Whichever bow is right for you.
Faster. Easier to pull. Some things might be different for what you want to do, but not purely better. I mean, if you want to hunt, a compound bow is definitely the best choice. If you want to compete, a recurve bow is usually used. Read More
As i have seen the most expensive compound bow is the moon bow which is about $2000 Read More
A compound bow is a smaller faster more accurate sporting bow that is used by hunters. Some parts of the compound bow include; the riser, the limbs, the cams, string, and cables. Read More
The first compound bow was created in 1966 in Missouri. Read More
Compound bow packages usually begin at around $400. Typical packages include the compound bow itself, a quiver, arrows, an archery glove, and a bow string guard. Read More
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recurves a taller crossbows are like a gun compound is a mix Read More
I doubt it . A compound bow would be considered a deadly weapon. Read More
The first compound bow was made by Holless Wilbur Allen in Missouri, in 1969. Read More
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no it will not break. because a most compound bow are made of fiberglass. Read More
Normal is a the key word here. A recurve bow is ideal because you can make short, snap shots. You need to be quick and reactive and aim down the arrow. A compound arrow doesn't work aswell, because you have to full draw and aiming takes more time. Specialty equipment is nice, but an inexpensive recurve will suffice. Read More
How are we supposed to know how old your bow is. But some info is the first compound bow design is owned by pse owner of the browning bow. Read More
It is best to use a compound bow when hunting big game animals like deer or turkey, because of the speed and power of the compound bow. You will get a much faster and cleaner shot. Read More
You can't do that because the compounds are specialy designed to fit one persons left or right hand. If you are having trouble buy a better bow like a longbow. But the draw weight requires a much streonger archer than the compound. Bye. Read More
A compound bow uses a series of cables and pulleys to increase the tension of the drawstring while making it easier (requiring less effort) to pull the drawstring back. A compound bow has stiffer limbs than a standard recurve bow, and will generally shoot an arrow farther because of the increased tension. Read More
Measure your arm span from fingertip to fingertip and divide by 2.5. This will give your draw length for a compound bow. Read More
A compound bow uses cables and pulleys to help provide more power when shooting an arrow. A youth compound bow would be one that's sized for a child or teenager, so it's made using smaller proportions. Read More
a compound bow is shorter and uses pulleys to let the user holds the arrow back for long times. A Recurve bow is more like a typical longbow, with less power than a compound, and doesn't use the advantage of pulley's. you are constantly holding back whatever poundage the bow has, and poundage cannot be adjusted. poundage for a Recurve is around 40-60, and a compound has around 50-100 draw. Read More
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Depends on the bow. A compound bow has dials which you can use to either tighten of loosen it. Recurves and longbows are impossible to loosen;( Read More
I think that if you are using a compound bow that you can tell by one of the wheels on the bow. there are different settings that you can chose from. Read More
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The cut out section of the bow above the grip. Read More
a crossbow is sideways and a compound has multiple strings. Read More
the bow that most professional hunters use is a Bow-Tech. the best bow is Bow-Tech. Read More
No, a felon cannot own a compound bow in Texas. A felon cannot own any type of weapon in Texas or in the entire country. Read More
The exact year is not documented but the Browning heat compound bow made in the 1970s. Browning Archery was acquired by PSE in 2001. Read More
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I think rainbow is a compound word because rain and bow is a word. Read More