5 Uses For Hunting
on 11/05/2018

What is Great about the Compound Bow In a compound bow, pulleys are used so that force is multiplied to the arrow. These pulleys help to release the tension in the arms of the archer when the bow is fully drawn. It then makes it easy to hold the arrow in a firing position. You can have a better shot under full load with a compound bow than with longbows and recurves.

Another advantage of the compound bow over the recurve or longbow is that you will be able to adjust the draw strength of the bow which cannot be done with both recurve or longbow since they already have set draw strength when fully drawn. In a compound bow, you simply need to change the pulleys and cams on the bow to adjust it. What is great about being able to adjust draw strength is that anyone can use a single compound bow which simply need to be adjusted depending on the user’s size and strength. You can have this advantage if you are using a compound bow.

Another great advantage of using a compound bow is that it is much powerful than a longbow or a recurve bow. Because the draw strength of the compound can be adjusted then it gives that kind of bow a certain advantage over other kinds of bows. It can be easier for an archer to hold an arrow in the ready position for a longer time and take a steadier aim at the target because of the possibility of releasing tension brought about the by the cams used in the pulley assembly.

Hunters use shorter compound bows than good recurve bows. If you have tried getting your bow entangled in an undergrowth, you know very well that it makes a lot of noise just to release your bow from it. A short compound bow will not expeirnec this entanglement and so you don’t frighten your prey with the noise of the undergrowth which makes for a better hunting opportunity. And this is the reason why most game hunter s have shifted to the compound bow from recurve bow because of these advantages that you cannot find in the others.
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