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I agree with Bow Drawn to a degree. I think it really depends on your budget and what you expect from your equipment. Modern equipment is faster, quieter and more efficient. There is no question about that. However, that comes at a price. You can rack up alot of benjamins in some new equipment. Older equipment can still get the job done. Since you are new to the archery world, if the bow you have is in good condition and only needs some minor updates, that may be your best route to start and see if it's something you are truly interested in. But again, weigh the costs of what it will take to get the old bow in good condition versus buying new equipment. I don't wanna talk you out of a new bow. Depending on the age of the bow you have, there have been definite advancements in what is available today. At the same time, don't bury yourself into alot of money in fixing up the older one if your budget allows for newer equipment. It really comes down to you, your budget, and what you really want. I hope that makes sense. Best of luck in whatever you choose to do!
Just my .02
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