What is a Compound Bow and Its Consumer Reviews
Widely used in target practice and hunting is an instrument called a compound bow. In today’s modern archery, the compound bow is used as a levering system, to bend limbs with the composition of cables and pulleys.
A compound bow has the pulley or cam system that allows the user a mechanical advantage, especially the limbs of this type of bow is much stiffer than those of a longbow or recurve bow. As less energy is dissipated in limb movement, there is rigidity produced that makes this compound bow more energy efficient than the other bows. The bow has an improved accuracy brought about by the higher rigidity and higher technology of the instrument, thereby even if there is a change in temperature and humidity, the bow is less sensitive.
With the pulley or cam system of the instrument, you get an advantage of a let-off with the cams rotating as the string is drawn back. Since the cams are not round but eccentric, there is a change of their effective radius as they rotate. The two cams that compose a compound bow features two tracks, and these are the inner track and the outer track. Connecting to the opposite limb or cam through cables is the inner track, while where the bowstring runs is the outer track.
Out in the market are some of the best compound bows, and there are reviews that reveal which is the most versatile, the fastest, the lightest and which one is best for you money.
The firt kind of bow is referred to by many as the beginner’s bow, and it has a left or right hand configuration and can pack a punch. This type is considered fast and accurate, with a fully adjustable draw length from 19 to 29 inches, and has a price range from $329.00 that is considered as affordable.
The next brand described as the omni pro bow consisting of a machine speed and one cam system that is precise. With a draw length of 28 to 30 inches and a 60 to 70 pound draw weight, this type can propel your arrow up to 300 feet per second speed.
Another type is claimed to be among the more affordable of the compound bows, and even with the price, you will are still given an incredible accuracy and can propel your arrow up to 305 feet per second.
The next brand on the review list is one that is considered as a smooth shooting and total system instrument, with one purpose in mind when built, and that is to help the user hit his or her target consistently, each and every time.
The next brand reviewed on the list is claimed to be the best seller, and it is further described as the perfect introduction in the sport of archery because of its design and how it is marketed.