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    Ninja Fighting Fool trussoni's Avatar
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    Default another inch of draw

    if a person ups there draw length by an inch from 27.5 to 28.5 will it make that much of a difference as far as speed? i know it will make some but how much of a difference per inch is there? say pulling 67-70 lbs?

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    probably around 10fps


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    yeah...the big gain is 29 to 30...

    After 30" speed and KE increase alot


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    30s a bit of a stretch for a short armed fat guy sux when ya got a 27.5" draw you cant do much to get up with the big boys speed wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trussoni View Post
    30s a bit of a stretch for a short armed fat guy sux when ya got a 27.5" draw you cant do much to get up with the big boys speed wise.

    Thats why us short fat guys have to better a judging yardage. So we dont need those super fast speeds.

    What are you shooting? I am getting 291 fps out of my tribute with 28.5 draw.
    That course was so easy I even missed a target !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by poorman View Post
    Thats why us short fat guys have to better a judging yardage. So we dont need those super fast speeds.

    What are you shooting? I am getting 291 fps out of my tribute with 28.5 draw.


    We needd to team up, I'm a little rusty on the yardage thing

    But I can throw a stick fairly well
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    you can expect 10fps+ of gainned speed

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