Beginner hunting bows
Bow hunting requires not only regular and constant training, but also concentration and stamina. If you want to start hunting, several bow models for all levels, beginner or advanced are available at Hattila.com, such as classic, recurve or compound.
Whether you choose to hunt small game or big game by stalking or at a distance, adapted equipment is required so as not to miss your target, plus a hunting certificate in accordance with the applicable regulations.
Other than beginner's hunting bows, Hattila.com also provides you with complete accessories, such as carbon, aluminum or wooden arrows with steel tips and various protections. Recurve bows need, among other things, stabilizers or sights to improve their speed and performance.
Bow hunting, which has been practiced for generations, has now become a discipline that is particularly popular with archery enthusiasts. If you are a beginner in the field, you must not only master the equipment at your disposal, but also improve your power and speed.
The different types of hunting bows
Traditional Bows: weapon of choice for hunters, classic bows made from wood are the most popular for instinctive shooting. The only disadvantage for beginners is that they are not scalable and their handling is often difficult at first.
Recurve bows: very similar to traditional bows, often in monobloc format or dismountable, they are scalable according to the chosen model. For beginner’s hunting bows, models up to 40 lbs of draw weight are quite appreciable.
Compound bows: more modern, this type of bow with a pulley mechanism is perfectly indicated for those who want to learn archery for the first time. Ultra powerful, compound bows can reach a draw weight of up to 75 lbs in the hands of the most experienced archers.
Essential accessories for any hunter
To practice bow hunting, a minimum of preparation and equipment is required. For the compound bow, the notch is probably the most important accessory because it allows you to pinch the arrow instead of your fingers. As for traditional bows, the finger guards or gauntlets allow to protect the your fingers when aiming. In both cases, archers also need arm protection to avoid possible injuries when rubbing the bow during the release.
Of all the disciplines related to archery, hunting is certainly the one that requires the most safety precautions. Hunting practice requires that the shooting range be completely clear in order to avoid one hunter colliding with another in the same area. For safety reasons, the weapons used must also be well checked before use, especially for carbon arrows, in order to avoid any risk of personal injury.
At Hattila.com, you can get the best selections of beginner’s hunting bows to introduce you to this practice in complete safety. We can also offer you complete kits or various accessories, whether for leisure or competition archery.