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my draw length is 25 inches, how long should my arrows be?

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    my draw length is 25 inches, how long should my arrows be?

  • #2
    Add 2 to 3 inches to draw length.

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    • #3
      I like my arrows to stick out 1 inch past my riser.

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      • #4
        I add one inch to my draw length. I have a 28.5 draw length so there is plenty of KE with the length of my arrows.

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        • #5
          Pay attention to your state game laws. Some states have minimum arrow length and weight requirements. One state that I will be visiting this year's law says that an arrow and broadhead combo must be at least 26 1/2 inches long.

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          • #6
            I could type out a big long answer, but I suggest you go to your local archery shop and talk to them there and try some different options to see what works best for your set-up

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            • #7
              Ditto~LostLure...+1 Great Answer.
              It pays to do things right from the Start.

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              • #8
                Treestand- I learned that the hard way. I was younger, had a little bit to much pride, and I was stubborn. Now im just stubborn, but I learned a lesson.

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                • #9
                  Lostlure is right.
                  Get a buddy, nock an arrow, POINTING TOWARDS A SAFE DIRECTION!!! draw the bow and have your buddy mark the arrow about 1 inch from the riser, then release the arrow and measure to the mark. Let your pro shop or whoeever cuts your arrows know the proper length

                  My other answer was "probably not 24"" lol

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                  • #10
                    they are currently at 26" inches. this will work, right? they are very accurate.

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