The cams on these will accommodate a short draw length without losing and draw weight. The pro's at Bass Pro will set it up to where you won't lose any "get up 'n go"
Top 1000 Contributor
answered 1 year ago
this bow adjustsfrom25.5" to 30.5" draw length i don't know why they say 25-30. very misleading
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
if your not hunting elk of any game of that size you will be fine with a 50 lb weight. Pigs deer turkeys all will go down with ease at 50 lbs, my draw weight is at 58 and my draw length is 28" I have had complete pass throughs on deer. Good luck
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
- Northern California
The shorter your draw length, the less let-off you get, due to the cams not making a fuller revolution.
Example: As for myself, I pull a 30" draw. This allows for the cams to rotate farther than on a 25" draw. For me, I get to have more of a 75% let-off, where you may only enjoy a 55%-60% let-off, as the cams cannot rotate as far.
Does this help?
answered 1 year, 11 months ago