Left Handed Compound Bows
Choosing the right bow for your hunting style may come easily to seasoned hunters, but for a novice hunter it may take some missteps or some test runs to choose the right bow. With a vast selection of compound hunting bows available, it may help you narrow down the list by considering some of the following factors.
Are you right handed or left handed? Generally speaking, a right handed individual will aim and shoot holding the bow with their left hand and drawing back with their dominant, right arm. And just the opposite occurs for left handed hunters. But before you start shopping for left handed compound bows, there are several other factors you'll want to consider.
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The first consideration is the sight configuration. The rule of thumb is that right handed people have a right eye dominance, while a left handed person will be left eye dominant. However, if you find that you are right handed, but are left eye dominant, you may be better suited for left handed compound bows. The reverse is also true-you may still want a regular, right handed bow if you are right eye dominant but primarily use your left hand.
Once you've determined your desired classification of compound hunting bows, left handed or right handed, you'll want to look at the weight range and the draw weight best suited to your particular strength, stature, and hunting purpose. Other considerations also come into play, such as bow hunting rules and regulations for your state or municipality.
Unless you know exactly what you need because you've been hunting for years, a purchase can seem overwhelming. Worry not: The professionals at Mountain Archery are here to help. Call us toll free during regular business hours or by email anytime. In the meantime, start browsing our products. While the selection is virtually limitless, you can be sure that we will help you find the right bow for your next or first big kill.