I am in the prosses of trying to my my first hunting bow. Can anyone recumend a bow that does not cost much, has a light draw wight but is still strong enuff to take down a deer?
Patronize your closest bow shop. They`ll help you get fitted with a bow that is properly set up, ensure your form is correct, and will be there to answer questions and service your bow.
Additionally, most local bow shops will have many older, brand new bows for sale at a drastically lower price than the current year models.
As for make, some will try to tell you matthews and all the others are superior bows-nonsense-PSE makes a very fine bow, and likely have accounted for more deer kills than all the over-priced bows combined.
The main thing is simply to find a bow that`s comfortable in your hand.