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Bow Hunting Equipment – Buying vs Renting!

While it may be tempting for the hunter to run out an buy everything he needs when he decides he’s going to start bow hunting, this can be a costly mistake. The best option is usually to rent equipment. Many new bow hunters make the mistake of buying ill-fitting equipment, or just don’t stick with the sport after a few hunts. The best option for the new bow hunter is renting so he can try out both the equipment, and his new found sport.

Renting equipment is the best option for the hunter because it allows him to get the experience he needs with a relatively low investment. Just because a hunter shows interest in a sport, doesn’t mean it will become his new hobby for every spare weekend; there is much more to bow hunting than meets the eye. Bow hunting has long been considered a great challenge, which is why gun hunting has become much more popular over the years. It often takes years to master the shot that produces a clean kill every time. Bow hunting also requires the hunter to get much closer to his target, which is both an adrenaline rush, and a safety hazard. For the dedicated hunter, it is these challenges that keep him bow hunting through the years.

Many Pro Archery shops have an expert on hand to assist you in all your hunting needs. These professionals are often trained to best assist their customer, you. The best time to visit the local archery store is at a time of the day that isn’t busy, mid-afternoon on weekdays and early morning or late evening on weekends. For a new hunter, one on one attention is what he needs. There are many questions to be asked and a professional that is rushed with other customers will ultimately leave you feeling cheated. A new bow hunter needs time to feel different bows and insure he finds the right fit for his frame. The professional will be able to gauge the right pull weight for the individual hunter, and in this case, stiffer isn’t always better. The wrong fit can cause a hunter to not use the bow, or mangle his shot.

For these reasons renting bow hunting equipment is often a much better choice for the novice hunter. It will allow him the freedom to use top quality equipment, without sacrificing much money if he realizes that bow hunting isn’t the sport for him.

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