So... I've decided to get my own bow because I actually want to compete. Well, there's also the fact that I've been told that my bow can't be tuned properly because the limbs I'm using are twisted. THANKS FOR SETTING ME UP WITH A CRAPPY BOW, MARK. Though, that's part of the reason why I want to get my own, so in a way, thanks for getting me started on getting my own bow.
So I have a clue to what I want, but I'm still going to talk to the coaches about it. The main problem is my height, which is pretty funny. All this time, despite being a little bit on the short side, I've been able to do things just fine. Now? I have to find parts with specs that match me if I want it to be tuned for my use and maximize performance. I can do just fine with what I have (25in riser, normal length limbs), but I'm not getting all the power I can behind my shots. Plus, I found out that my draw length is only 24.5 inches, far from the standard 28in used to measure draw weights. Fairly excited about this, since I'll get to learn how to tweak it and maintain it! Already helping out a little bit with the arrows, since I'm kinda breaking them... Sorry Dennis... for undoing parts off your hard work. But at least I can fix them! That should help alleviate your work load. A little.
And I ordered Sound Horizon's newest album and single. And it sounds awesome in surround sound. I've been listening to more soundtracks in surround lately... It's fun too~