I just thought I would share some information I have discovered in my testings. Most everyone knows that the majority of the bows will get longer in draw length when you back the limb bolts out. I have seen many grow 1/2" when you take a 70# bow and make it a 60# bow. Many archers would never notice this, but good, trained archers will pick up on this quickly when shooting. Now, I did a test on a 70# guardian. I checked the draw length at 70# and again at 60#. The draw length actually got shorter by 1/16". This was a big surprise to me.