Parker Compound Bow
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Reviewed by: Lynn
Available at ParkerBows.com
Parker has a very good selection of bows to choose from. I purchased a hunter mag a few years ago and it had a reasonable price on it. The one I choose came as a package with sights, quiver, peep sight and arrow rest. Some may offer more or less but this is a good way to get started if you want to get into bow hunting.
These bows are not that expensive and once you shoot them and get everything dialed in you can always upgrade your sights or your arrow rest and it will just make you a better shooter.
The most important thing is to go to someone and get the proper set up in draw length and pull weight you don’t always have to pull max poundage. You never know when you might back off 10 to 15 pounds of draw weight and get dialed right in on the target. I have seen this happen many times.
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