I have a Proline riser that I plan to warf as soon as my limbs arrive (black max wood/glass 2.0). I hope to pulling somewhere around 50lbs at my 27.5" dl by the time elk season comes. I am curious what speeds I can expect at 10gpi. I plan on using a modern fast string as well. Yes I know there...
While testing another bow with the chrono, I decided to follow up on the same arrow and different poundage thing that Stephen touched upon. I have 36# ult pro limbs set to 37# at my draw and plugged in my 42# ult pro limbs and had them at 43# at my draw.
I shot two different arrows through each...
(give or take 15-20 fps)
a 40lb bow @28" shooting a 27.5inch draw (26.5-27 from my compound with release but after practising with homemade bows and longer draws on my compound this just feels to shortand i usually have the 27.5 arrow tip laying directly on the middle of my hand so its around...
Curious what speeds most folks get with their hunting rigs.
Please post bow, weight, arrow weight and speed.
Trying to get some info for my students for class tomorrow.
15" Black Onyx riser with medium Dryad Epics set at #40 @ 29"
660 grains @ 147fps
I am wondering if I could be getting better speed out of my bow with different arrows as I need to buy new ones. I have 21" Hoyt Excel rise with 35#TT limbs (62" bow), my draw length is around 25.5". Currently shooting Carbon Express Predator 2040s (600 spine) with 100gr tips 21/64.
Guys ask me all the time... "how fast are your arrows going?" when I shoot 70 and 90 meters.
I finally got a chronograph (after years of wanting one), and put my outdoor arrows through them the other day out of my Olympic setup.
That's about what I expected. In '04, I was shooting...
First of all, what are these IBO speeds that you see compounds advertised with? And 2nd of all, why is it pulleyless bows are never advertised with an IBO speed?
Sorry if this is a dumb-ass question. I'm just curious.
I am speaking about speed 1 (arrow velocity) and speed 2 (how fast you get this thing start to fly.
The tinkering I saw until compound archers need until the arrow is released always puzzles me. There will be differences, I admit.
There are so many checks and controls to be made that a lot of...