After about a year and a half of debating (with myself) I decided to dump the compound and go back to a longbow. In all actuality I traded the compound for a longbow and am buying a recurve. Plan is to see which one I shoot better with, then get rid of the other. The longbow is a Bear Montana 50#, the recurve is a PSE Coyote 55#. Quick question, I have not shot traditional bows in some time now, I have some aluminum arrows set up now for the compound, should I make the investment into carbon arrows? Secondly, the longbow is secondhand and gent had some kind of fixed 3 blade broadheads, I always shot the one piece double blade, did something change or were you always able to shoot 3 or 4 blade broadheads form a traditional bow? Goes against everything I was taught by my old mentor.