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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by archer1983, Feb 16, 2008.
I know the disadvantages of a longer DL but what about too short? :noidea:
The biggest disadvantages are loss of KE and some fps...:noidea:
well speed would bethe biggest.........are you draw length challenged??:noidea:
No I just got a used Dren and its an inch too short but it doesnt feel real bad though thats the weird part :noidea:
I ask because i will have to wait til Monday to get a cam :sad:
take a pic and lets look at it.......
if it feels good, maybe you dont need a longer cam......
I will work it later Bunnyman, I'm getting ready to hit da 3-D course!
cool......let us know
I must say, I feel much more comfortable with a 1" too long DL than a 1" too short. I feel cramped up and cannot anchor right with it too short.:noidea: :noidea: But thats just me.
I'm actually kind of like you in that regard. I do prefer too long than too short.
I'd rather be a little short than too long.....:noidea:
you have alot of luck with the ladies i bet:tape: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
none whatsoever......eace: eace:
i havw that problem too, the wife wrote Gerber in all my boxers, i asked why,, she said "cause its babys food" :tape:
that'll leave a mark.......:doh:
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thtas what i was thinkin'
dont mathews cams tend to run a little long? The xt I just got is 27" and it feels about 1/2" longer than my guardian did at 27". It still feels really good so I think I am going to leave it that way.
The main thing you are going to lose with a shorter draw is speed. If all things are the same someone with a 29" draw will always be faster than someone with a 27" draw.
which is why there should be seperate shooting stakes for each draw length:noidea: :noidea:
Or you could just buy lighter arrows :doh:
But the setup, shoots so sweet.......
ANYWAY, i was just saying:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: