GTO hit on the head "MONEY" what can you afford first. Then I would look for bows in that price range and try to find the longest axel to axel length and the highest bace height. (If you plan on shooting longer distances I would stay away from the solocam bows they do tend to be quieter but it is my experience that they tend to loose accuracy with distance) Then go to the big bow shop or superstore and shoot those bows.(If they won't let you shoot take your buisness elsewhere and make it known to them why your leaving.) Find out which ones are quieter and feel best to you and buy it. If they can't or won't set it up for you or they want to charge a ton of money to do it, skip the set up and take it to a small shop owner like me that will set it up for little or no money and allow you to shoot it before you leave to make sure its right.
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