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Draw length? #archery

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Have been thinking about this lately. I have been set at 28.5" since I have been shooting about 4 years shoot very good at that length. I have a 73" wing spand so that would be closer to to the 29" mark but at 29 and 29.5" I start to get elbow pain and shoulder pain. I think the 28.5 is a hair to short but don’t get the pain or fatigue at that length what do you all think. Now I have a good grip but just know I can’t rotate the knuckles anymore do to a titanium plate in that arm also I have an ear ring where I acorn so I’m under the lob. 1st picture is 28.5" than 29" and than 29.5" thank you all

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12 pcs Hunting Archery Fiberglass Arrows Field Point Target Arrow Practise (Length 28 inches)

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12 pcs Hunting Archery Fiberglass Arrows Field Point Target Arrow Practise (Length 28 inches)

  • Featuring Fibreglass shaft which is strengthened to a Carbon grade level.
  • With a super hard broadhead compatible steel Target tip. The Nocks are tighter which will grip the Bow string better.
  • Very light weight arrow which will allow you to shoot straight and further.
  • Total Length: Appox 28/30/32 inches.
  • Package included: 12 Fibreglass Archery Arrows
Featuring Fibreglass shaft which is strengthened to a Carbon grade level. With a super hard broadhead compatible steel Target tip. The Nocks are tighter which will grip the Bow string better. Very light weight arrow which will allow you to shoot straight and further. Total Length: Appox 28/30/32 inches. Package included: 12 Fibreglass Archery Arrows

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Center serving length #archery

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Is there a reason that the center serving needs to be as long as it is, it seems like you would just need it enough to nock an arrow and tie a d loop, the only thing I can think of is that it helps hold it together and keep from unraveling. Can someone shed some light on this for me. Thank you


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ATA length vs DL and height #archery

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Hi all,

I’m just looking for a few good pointers.

I currently shoot a Mathews monster 6 @70 lbs. ATA length is 33.5" and my DL is 30". I love the bow but am starting to look at something a little more forgiving. I got an offer to trade for an elite energy 32 (2014 model) and was wondering how much am I gunna miss that extra inch and a half of ata length. I’ve been told that because I’m so tall and lanky(6’3"), I’d naturally shoot a longer ata bow better. My closest bow shop only has a 20 yd range so if I go and shoot the E32, yes I can get a feel for the bow but how will I know that I can shoot it well out to 50+ yds. Granted I’d never shoot an animal past that range, but I still like practicing at further ranges to make the closer targets seem easier, at least to me. I know there’s a lot of consideration about string angle, knock pinch, etc. so any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

KJ

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At 28 inch draw, what length should my arrows be cut at? #archery

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Just got a good deal on some arrows online about $ 25 off normal retail and the place will cut the arrows for me before shipping, I am somewhat new to bows, I have a 28 inch draw, I will only be shooting my target in the backyard for practice and hunting, probably not 3D anytime soon. What should I have my arrows cut around to? They said if I don’t tell them they will stay at 29 3/4 which seems kinda long. What is a good all around size?


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Need help with arrows. Longer draw length #archery

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Just picked up a PSE Phenom XT about a month ago and I’m looking to get more arrows. Currently I’m only target shooting but eventually building up to hunting deer/turkey. I’m looking to get more arrows but not sure what to get. I’m shooting 70# at 31.5” (yes I’m tall) draw so I’m not sure what arrows to use with that setup. The arrows I’m using now are cut at 31”. I was looking at the draw length/arrow length/# chart for some arrows but none of them fit by setup.

I appreciate any help.


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Draw length too long and point of impact #archery

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I know this has to have been discussed on here but I could not find it in the search. Shooting spots with a hinge my set up has been fine 30.5” dl but yesterday at the first 3d of the season (my first with a hinge) I had trouble missing left for some reason. thought I was maybe pushing too hard with my bow hand hoping the shot would go off sooner (it was really windy) causing the left.

so my question

If your draw length is a touch too long would you be more susceptible to miss left? or am I just overthinking a bad day?


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New release now draw length feels too short

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I recently had a Scott Exxus Core fail multiple times during my draw cycle. Since I’m right in the middle of deer season and needed a replacement fast I immediately went to a Carter Plain 1 that my brother had. I was able to practice with it for a week or so and was comfortable enough to hunt with. Now that more time has passed I’m noticing my pin float is fairly jerky which is what I hear is caused by too short of a draw length. When I compare the Exxus Core to the Plain 1 I can see that there is a very slight difference in the length of the jaws. Maybe 1/4" at best. Unfortunately this puts me between modules.

So my question is, what adjustments can easily be made to gain back 1/8" to 1/4" of draw length without swapping modules? And then, what effects will these adjustments have on the bow other than draw length?

Bow is a 14 Obsession Phoenix.


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