QUOTE(cassplayer @ Jun 4 2008, 03:04 PM)
hmm cuz i wanna see where got sell then maybe get 1 to keep....dunit to keep renting haha
Suggest you develop the passion first, then straight go for an advance bow
QUOTE(tidus2k @ Jun 4 2008, 04:27 PM)
hurm.. in kl there are 2 shops selling archery equipment, UFL and Lion Archery.. you can surf their website to find out more. well, i discarded my hoyt matrix and g3 limb. I just got myself new riser, inno carbon, and inno power limb (W&W). Not sure whether it was worth it. Tomorrow will be a busy day to prepare the string for the new bow, adjust center shot etc.. ah...
Sarawak is strong in archery, honestly. Their form is beautiful and steady, back in 2004 something. Not sure about now. The only sarawak archer that i knew, is one of my friends, kaharudin, otherwise nicknamed kudin.
p/s: congrats to him, snatching most of the medals
cassplayer, 5k only complete with full set stab., sight. clicker, arrow rest. still doesn't come with bowstand, quiver. arrows are another story.. really pricey, my X10 priced almost 2k complete with point, nock, fletchers.
Just went to Lion Archery, KAP bow is quite cheap and affordable. KAP riser priced at 400+ compared to Inno Carbon tagged at around 3018 or Hoyt Nexus, 2700+. Just use KAP limb, with KAP riser, full set stabilizer, and cheap sight. I'm sure you can get full set around 1.5k. Just buy cheap arrows for beginner. Please bring someone experienced with archery, in term of selecting correct riser, limb, arrow set (arrows are selected according to limb poundage).
Ah nice, inno carbon and inno limbs, that's what...well..i suppose can call them my juniors
are using now.
Kudin..sounds very familiar..didn't get the chance to know the state archers cause' I kept quitting and returning
so didn't get to advance in
Miri used to bring up only recurve archers, now bringing up compound archers too for the less-frequent training ones
Probably I need to swap to compound, but..recurve just seems much better.. I asked a friend who swapped to compound what he thinks.. He said compound easier to shoot, but no feeling like what recurve provided
Btw, any idea about a school in Keramat? 3 friends of mine currently in sukma got offered there..