Thread: Max Out
02-12-2013, 11:52 AM #1
So I hear that a bow shoots its best at the full poundage. I am getting new limbs on my hunting bow this weekend and I am going to crank it up from the 55 lbs to the full 60 lbs in prep for the 3D season. Just wondering what people think of shooting a 60 lb bow at the full 60 lbs? I am sure that it will take some adjustment to the 60 lbs considering that I am only shooting 52 lbs on my target bow all winter. Just cannot wait to get back outside and on those 3D courses.... DANG winterBow Madness 3G - Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, B-Stinger 10" Sport Hunter Xtreme Stabilizer,
NAP Apache Rest, Copper John Mark I 5 Pin Sight w/Dead Nuts 3 Micro Adjust Kit and Light,
STAN SX2 Release, and ABB Premium Full Set Strings. Shooting Gold Tip XT Hunter Arrows.