Bowshop/ Bow Purchase Question I've owned two bows in my life, both purchased without ever shooting and each worked out, luckly. I'm looking at possibly purchasing another and see everyone recommends shooting multiple bows and let the bow pick you which I do understand. What I wonder is to get an honest feel for a bow, you'd need it in your proper draw length, isn't that a lot to ask for a shop to set-up multiple bows for me to shoot then watch me walk out of the shop to shoot more brands to find what I'm looking for? I don't use a bow shop currently, I do all my own work, so just kind of feel like a prick asking this kind of service from a bowshop I've never set foot in. Maybe I'm just overthinking it and this is standard procedure, opinions?