Scorpion if I am correct that is a "wheeled" bow
Let off will be minimal. This is just me but being an older bow I would at least have a Pro look at it to make sure it is in working condition & find out what it needs to function properly & safely also to make sure it is adjustable to your draw length before thinking of sights & other accessories. If only going to shoot it around the house & not hunt with it I would not put a lot of money into it. Use it to see if it is something you want to get into as bows have come a LOOONG way & you can pick up a nice fairly newer used bow for cheap money. this is just my opinion not saying that bow won't be good for hunting just that the newer bows are much more pleasant to shoot.
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