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    I think if your worried about the cost of Jazz arrows I dont think 3D / fields going to be for you .

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    I dunno. Good advertisement for archery on a budget. OP will save a fortune on lost arrows too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunbeam View Post
    Thank you for help.

    It seems The best thing to do is use what I have until the Black Hunter gets to my door, and then get fitted up with some good quality carbon arrows for the BH? I'm hoping the BH will be 'my bow' for quite a while, so would probably be worth spending proper arrow money on that? I am of coarse assuming that the BH is better (smoother and ultimately more accurate) than my Ragim Wildcat????
    Definitely wait until you've been to both clubs and got your new bow. Whether you get on better with the new or the older bow really depends on so many things. The more you shoot the better you'll get and the more you'll develop form and an idea of what you want from your archery.
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