Not many years ago, compound bows offered little in terms of adjustability. Most models featured only 10 pounds of draw-weight range, and at most, only 3 inches of draw-length adjustment. For many first-time archers, this meant starting out shooting a higher draw weight than they were comfortable with so they wouldn’t have to purchase new limbs for a higher poundage later. Worse yet, parents of youngsters who were still growing often had to purchase several bows before their kids reached adulthood.
November 01, 2017 at 7:00am