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I'm considering a takedown recurve bow. Problem is I have a 31" draw, and most bow manufactureres only recommend a 28" draw max.

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  • I'm considering a takedown recurve bow. Problem is I have a 31" draw, and most bow manufactureres only recommend a 28" draw max.

    I'm considering a takedown recurve bow. Problem is I have a 31" draw, and most bow manufactureres only recommend a 28" draw max. One bow shop recommended a Ragim Wildcat or Matrix in a 70" bow due to the draw length. Anyone have any ideas on other manufacturers or suggestions in a takedown recurve bow?

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    You could shorten your draw length by adding a long D-loop and using a release.

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    • #3
      Have someone make one for you.

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      • #4
        A bows weight rating is measured at 28". That doesn't mean that the max draw length is 28" though. You could also try a little longer string.

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        • #5
          Winstar11 is available with 70" risers, see links
          http://www.shop.worldarcherycenter.com/product.sc?productId=19&categoryId=4
          http://www.shop.worldarcherycenter.com/product.sc?productId=20&categoryId=4

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          • #6
            Agreed with Del in KS!

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              Agreed with Del in KS!

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              • #8
                Agreed with Del in KS!

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                  Agreed with Del in KS!

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                    Agreed with Del in KS!

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                      Agreed with Del in KS!

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