Discussion in 'Left Handed Bows' started by cantexian, Nov 24, 2017.
It would be so much easier buying bows if I was right handed though.
Every time I go to a bow shop and ask if they have any left handed bows in stock they look at me like I just took a dump on their children.
That's why I recommended teaching a younger person to shoot right handed.
I don’t disagree at all.
I can shoot right handed no problem but it just feels more comfortable left.
He has been shooting a cheap little bow for a couple of years left-handed. I am wanting to keep him that way until he is old enough to understand how to answer an eye dominant test. I can make changes later if I need to. He does everything left-handed. This will be easier for him right now.
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My wife has a RH Diamond Infinite Edge, turned down to 28 lb. to shoot NASP 1820 arrows. have shot it and it's a nice bow. FWIW, I cast any rod either side, can shoot either side with any gun, but can't bat or throw LH. I posted elsewhere, a friend taught his grandson to shoot RH as LH bows were non-existent. Same thing with my son- found a LH bow but special order.
Found this- https://www.lancasterarchery.com/20...pro-compound-bow-w-r-a-k-equipped-system.html
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