We here at http://www.bestcompoundbows.net seek to give you the latest and greatest in compound bow information. We make it our mission to provide you with all the information you need to go from zero to sixty when it comes to knowledge of compound bows. With the information you’ll find here, you’re sure to be able to choose the diamond from the rough next time you head to a pro shop to pick up or try out a bow. At the end of the day, what matters is that you’re a capable, well-read buyer of equipment, not that you have the best of the best.
If You Teach a Man to Buy…
Like we said, we are more concerned with you learning how to evaluate a bow from the bottom up and determine whether or not it’s a good purchase than with finding you the cheapest bows on the market. This way, you’ll be able to step into any archery shop and browse competently, strike a conversation with your shopping partner about the weight of this or that bow, discuss the advantages and disadvantages to bows with no fixed draw lengths, and just generally get a lot more out of your shopping experience than you would had you no idea of the differences between a compound bow and a crossbow.
The Principle of Information
It’s important to be knowledgeable about both what should and should not go wrong with a bow. We call this our principle of information: If you know that a certain deficiency is natural and not a flaw of design, you’ll be far better equipped to handle the day-to-day maintenance of your bow and better able to evaluate used items, should you choose to buy them. This principle extends to learning design principles behind bows, so that you can learn in what context a bow was molded, and how well it does its job as an exemplar of that particular style. This all helps you in your buying, selling, and general archery.
What We Do
What we do is simple. We find and test the best compound bows out there, and let you know what we think, in technical terms. This helps you learn more about what you need to know of bows, arrows, and the whole shebang; keeps you up-to-date as to current designs and other innovations; and enables you to really interact with the archery community at large, without having to sit around on the outside like a greenhorn who’ll never mature.
At the end of the day, we care about one thing: Your learning. The more you explore the site, the more you’ll learn about compound bows, what they’re for, what they’re not good for, how to use them, how to care for them, how to buy them, and how to select them. Hopefully, at the end of it, you’ll be as good with a bow as Tiger Woods is with a club. Here’s to hoping.