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Old 10-22-2006, 08:56 PM
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I hear ya nubo.. But I am not trying to lengthen my draw or anything, it was more of a question for a reference point. A one inch = how much. I was curious because you will often read guys on here talking about their bow shoots xxxfps, but another guy with the same exact set up is mad because he is only shooting xxx-30fps. So you start to wonder how two , so very similiar bows can shoot so differently. And the answer might often be , because one guyhas a longer draw length than the other.

So then, all things are not as equal as they seem.

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Old 10-23-2006, 04:47 AM
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I was curious about how much of a disadvantage someone is at with say 27 inch draw , compaired to someone with a 32 inch draw, out of the same setup.
It will depend on what you are trying to do. If your goal is to sink a broadhead deep into the shoulder of a water buffalo, your friend with a 32" draw will have a pretty good advantage. If you're trying to kill a whitetail, you're on fairly even ground.
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