I happened to catch our archery shop open (for once in his freakin life) and stopped in. I've always wondered what it was like to shoot a compound bow (never have before) Anyway, I walked out with a "Fully Rigged" bow "PSS", 70lbs, 31" draw, some $100 arrow rest, sight, various little bits and pieces, Trigger thing that straps to your wrist and gives you a rifle like trigger to release the string.. the works.. ready to shoot. I stopped by wal-mart and picked up 10 cheapish arrows ($4.00 each, had to buy some practice points to screw into 'em). Then I went behind a local appliance store and jacked a refrigerator box and enough cardboard/styrofoam to stuff it full. Anyway, I bought 10 arrows.. First shot, I tried to do with my fingers on the string instead of the trigger.. turns out that is pretty hard, missed the box (placed at 30 yards) and hit my shop. Arrow goes through the siding of the shop and hits my 3/4" plywood interior wall. Arrow is toast (smashed the tip BAD) and now I have a hole in the shop. Second shot (fired with the trigger) lands on the box but about 2 feet low. Third shot lands about 1 foot high. For the rest of the night, I was pounding the bullseye. (6" spray painted dot from 30 yds).. I picked up on that really quick! Anyway, the moral of the story is, bows are cool! lol.