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most versitile bows?

Postby slingshot » Tue Jan 03, 2012 12:41 am

hello i was just wondering what bows are offered that have the widest range of pull for a compound.
i noticed the bowtech invasion is 50-80.
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Re: most versitile bows?

Postby chris_k » Tue Jan 03, 2012 7:34 am

You can't change from 50-80 on a single set of limbs. You need to change limbs to change poundage for increments greater than 10 pounds. This is pretty easy to do with a press on most bows.
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Re: most versitile bows?

Postby slingshot » Wed Jan 04, 2012 11:28 am

chris_k wrote:You can't change from 50-80 on a single set of limbs. You need to change limbs to change poundage for increments greater than 10 pounds. This is pretty easy to do with a press on most bows.

the mission craze most defiantly has 40 pounds of adjustability.
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Re: most versitile bows?

Postby chris_k » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:53 pm

Mission Craze is a kid's bow. All kid bows are very adjustable. Bows that are too adjustable will never perform at their peak. Designers sacrifice performance to achieve more universal adjustability. Find a bow for your draw length and pull weight that fits you.

Get a bow that fits you. Fit is always #1 (drawlength and string angle). Speed, Draw cycle, grip, etc is secondary but very important. I shoot an Elite Pure and PSE Vendetta XL, both at 31", 70#. Both great bows.
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