Join Date: Sep 2014
Location: The Great White North, almost.
Practice, practice, practice.
Start with a simple PVC bow, or even a sling bow. (Slingshot setup to shoot arrows)
But you really do not need arrows for small game. Slingshots will do very well with small ball bearings, 1/4" or 5/16ths inch.
If you really want effective try slinging some 45 caliber lead balls. Now they pack a thump.
IMO it is easier to build a good catch box to catch, slow and save your ammo than a good arrow target.
Because of the low noise level you can practice in your basement, garage, back yard.
Once you can start hitting a coke can at a reasonable distance a majority of the time you will be ready to try critters.
Please just remember standard hunting rules apply, license, hours, bag limits.
Interests wide and widely varying.
Happily married 18 years. Retired on SS with lots of time to spend.
Started with .223 Ultra Bull barrel. Added .357 Talo barrel. Added an action and stock set bought here, 7.62x39 barrel. Then bought complete guns .444 Marlin and .300 Blackout. Leaving me at 4 complete rifles plus a barrel. Plus a 9mm stub job bought here, and I have been finding and buying H&R shotguns at our local pawn shop where they seem to go cheap.