Martin Threshold Compound Bow Set
People tend to think of the bow and arrow as something that only factored into medieval life. Contrary to this belief, though, archery is alive and well. Sure, it might be harder to find someone who knows how to shoot today than it was back then, but that doesn’t make the art any less alive. People are still browsing for and buying bows with surprising alacrity. The Martin Threshold Bow Set is an example of a wonderful starting set that people just starting in archery should consider as their go-to. Let’s take a look at why.
While beginners aren’t likely to get a kick out of the most advanced features you can find on modern compound bows, they’re likely to enjoy some of the more fundamental perks they offer. Lucky for them, the Martin Threshold Bow Set packs the full load of features you’d expect from an entry-level bow and packages them with some more advanced characteristics you’d probably associate with more advanced pieces of archery-ware. That makes this a great starter bow that you can bet will last for a little while longer than you probably expected it to. The Martin Threshold Bow Set is not only pretty – it’s everything you need it to be.
The Martin Threshold Bow Set is a lot of things. Flimsy is something it isn’t. Many bows have a tendency to exhibit wear and tear in the bow itself and in the strings, but the Martin Threshold Bow does not. Maintenance is easy, the strings are set up nicely, and the entire contractile part of the bow is specially engineered so as to be more durable than any other in its class. This makes it a good bow for anyone looking to get into archery but without plans to upgrade in the near future.
Easy To Use, Easy to Learn
The Martin Threshold Bow is easy to learn how to use. It features a number of advanced additions, but these are mostly passive in action – that is, you don’t have to learn how to tune these special features, as they just make things easier for you without your having to do much work yourself – and the basic mechanics of the bow are easy to learn. As mentioned above, maintenance is a piece of cake with the Martin Threshold Bow, ensuring the entire experience from unboxing to shooting to cleaning up will be a pleasure.
The Martin Threshold Bow isn’t the most advanced bow on the market, and it’s not the most powerful. It does, however, deliver quite a bit of bang for the bank, which most bows can’t really claim to do at this price range. On top of that, it’s easy to use, easy to set up, durable, and likely to last you a lot longer than any other bow in the range, making it a perfect choice for anyone just starting out and looking for something with which they can continue down the line.