Take down limbs.
Plastic arrow rest
Standard inserts for attaching sight, plunger-button and stabilizers.
Use arrows best suited to your bow's draw weight and your draw length.
/! Never leave a bow in the hands of a child that is not under constant supervision.
Store bow and arrows out of reach
/! Never shoot an arrow in the air, it can travel hundreds of metres
/! Never aim at: a person or animal, the shooting range must be clear
/! Inspect your arrow before each shot to ensure that it is in good condition, and remove your arrows when no one is behind you.
/! Failure to follow safety instructions can lead to FATAL INJURIES
Pros: well designed, robust, value for money, good looking and well balanced.
(when you suspend the bow on its string the balance point is right above the centre of the riser)
Cons: some manufacturing imperfections (the bow limbs and their housings don't have a tight fit, can cause wobble or a tilt if not corrected with some duct/masking tape).
The default Dacron string gives a brace height of nearly 8.5 inches which is a little large to my liking and reduces shooting power. Have replaced it with a Fast Flight of 70 inches after giving it some twists. Now it's brace height is around 7 inches.
The arrow rest while functional is not robust.
32 inch Discovery 300 arrows go well. But I think CB arrows will be better suited.