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Draw Length changes for hunting? #archery

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Just changed my DL aparently Ive been shooting about a 1.5" short for me my entire bowhunting career. Started shooting with new length feels okay but not sold yet. Think I could bump down a 1/2". Which got me wondering why people will shoot one DL and go 1/2" shorter for hunting?


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Which bow feels 15 lbs lighter than its draw weight? #archery

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All the new bows are smooth. Which bow has the lightest PERCEIVED draw weight to you in relation to its actual draw weight. Could care less about how smooth they are cause they all are. Some bows from the ten years ago could be and are possibly better than today’s so just looking around.


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What bow has the best and smoothest draw cycle for 30”+ draw length? #archery

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I had an eye opener today. My last bow was a BTX-31 and I sold it to a buddy of mine. It was set 30.5” for me. The draw cycle was fairly decent but not great. My buddy shoots 28”. I drew the bow after it was set to his draw length.

Holy. Crap.

What a difference in how smooth the draw is on the same bow. The draw cycle didn’t even feel real it was so smooth

My realm SR6 is the same way. It’s a good drawing bow and I love the way it shoots and the speed it produces, but it has a hard “hump and dump” in the last inch or so of the draw.

So my question is this, does anyone make a bow that draws as well(or at least close) at 30-31” as it does at the 29” and less draw lengths?


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Losing draw weight to stretched strings/cables? #archery

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Have a carbon icon.. strings are 2-3 years old… last I had it measured I was around 66 lbs, went to turn the bolts in more and i got 1/4 turn before they stopped. I know I’m due for strings, but going to wait until after season. Is this from string stretch?


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New draw length. New cams or bow? #archery

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Switched from index to the Perfex R and thumb this year so my TP is controlled through my new improved shot activation thanks to AT. I’m shooting better than ever. But all of my mechanics have changed and my draw length should be longer. In my RX1 Ultra I need to move from it’s #2 cam to a #3. I assume people swap them.
Assuming I can find someone who wants to swap, is it pretty straightforward? Do I need to have access to a bunch of shims or is is a standard set? Am I better off going the proshop route? I do all my own tuning and may be due for a new string anyway. Or should I wait and buy a used rx3 ultra with the correct cam?
Thanks.

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Cam screws and draw stops Hoyt #archery

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Just picked a hoyt defiant turbo up. One of the screws that you loosen to adjust the mods seems stripped same with one of the draw stops. Does anyone know where to get replacements or do I need to contact Hoyt?


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High FOC Build for Short Draw, Low Draw Weight, Short Arrow length #archery

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Looking for some advice. This topic has probably been talked about religiously and I don’t want to beat the dead horse, but I’m struggling to find a concrete answer. Here are the specs for my bow and arrows:

Bow Specs:

– Mathews Triax
– Drawlength: 28"
– Draw weight: 61.8 lb (max)

Arrow Specs:

– Length: 26.75′
– Insert Weight: 110 grains
– Outsert Weight: 70 grains
– Broad Head Weight: 100 grains
– 3 Fletch Blazers: 18 grains
– Wrap Weight: 5 grains
– Lighted Nock Weight: 20 grains

Depending on the arrow I choose the shoot, I’ll be right around 550 grains.

My question is, with such a short arrow and low poundage, will I be okay shooting a lower spined arrow? Like a 350 spined arrow. Or should I bump up to a 300 spine or higher?

This is my first time building a high FOC arrow so any advise is welcome.

Thanks in advanced!


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mole skin vs. shrink tube on drop away for quiet draw #archery

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I currently have been using mole skin on my QAD drop away, just a single strip that goes up the front, over the arrow resting position, and down the back.
Lots of shooting, shooting/hunting in the rain, etc. has it wear down or start coming apart pretty fast. It is getting old having to reapply it and re-tune again.
I’ve tried drawing an arrow back without anything on the rest and it isn’t acceptable for a quiet draw for hunting.
I’ve read that some are using shrink tube on their drop aways with success and several have said they’ll never use anything else. I’d like to hear from the folks that are using it, if it is quiet, how well it holds up, and how they apply it. On the applying it part, I’m having trouble envisioning how it would go on over the forks? Do you just use shrink wrap that is big enough to fit over the forks and it will still shrink down small enough? Arrow will position in the same spot every time? Trimming required?
Any other suggestions on something else that works and doesn’t require frequent reapplying or depend on glue to put on are welcome. TIA!


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