How to Buy a Used Compound Bow


The most critical step in buying a used bow is to first make sure the bow you're considering fits you. Draw length and draw weight should match your needs -- if not, you may end up spending as much on cams and modules as you did on the bow itself. Inspect the strings and cables. Replacing a string isn't difficult but it will add to the cost of the bow and can also indicate misuse.

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