A great deal on a used bow or crossbow might just be the worst buy of your life. Even if the bow is safe to use, is it consistent shot to shot? The last thing you need is a problem when a Pope and Young class-buck steps out at 40 yards. For a topic this important, we caught up with one of the top archers in the state, Caleb Sorrells. While he’s a Hoosier and spends a great deal of time in the woods, he’s also a world-class competition archer and has worked in bow pro shops. He has seen the problems older and abused equipment can cause, including injuries. Before you shell out hard-earned money, consider these key points on used archery equipment.