1)- 2 years ago I purchased my first riser - a beautiful W&W NX XPert. I have been using KAP Winstorm limbs, but am now ready to upgrade (in both quality and poundage). Would you please recommend which limbs you feel would match the riser & give a significant improvement in 'feel' and performance (I will also need to upgrade my arrows from the modest Easton Jazz aluminium that I currently use).
2)- My 2 boys (10 & 13 years old) have been shooting for 3 years now, and are outgrowing their existing T-Rex risers and T-Rex and Winstorm limbs. What would you recommend as a logical upgrade in riser and limbs?
3)- As we are living on a farm in Canada (temporarily, for the next 2 or 3 years - we are from Australia originally), we have a target set up permanently and can shoot just outside the back door. We shoot every day that it is not raining, and it is our habit to string and unstring the bows every day we shoot. My question is whether this is necessary? I have had conflicting advice, with some saying it is OK to store the bow strung, given that we are shooting daily (this would be useful, if OK, as daily stringing and unstringing, if not necessary, is a time-waster). Others say the performance of the limbs is compromised by leaving them permanently stressed. Your ruling on this debate would be most welcome. Of course, we want to do what is best for the equipment.