No I didn't. Had to get home before the wife ( you know what I mean Berny! ). I've only one bow to hide. Wife won't notice. I can even get it in the bow bag when it is strung. Can't even get on my course as the Forestry have now started work and were are banned during the week.Very nice - did you shoot the course with it yesterday?
I still got 4 years before I can get my hands on my pension money ;-)
If you map the bow length per inch drawn, you will see that all longbows shrink in length as the bow is pulled.Congrats on the new bow. It looks nice.
That is quite a marked difference in actual strung bow height for the same AMO length.
It would be interesting to see overlayed pictures of them both at exact same full draw to see what the string angles are like at anchor.
If a bow 3.5" physically shorter than its stablemate can achieve the same string angles as its physically longer brethren then that is quite a good result.
Obviously conventional wisdom would have it that shorter bows equate to more acute string angles. But that depends somewhat on bow design and is more applicable to conventional bows. Hex6 and Hex7 are becoming strangers to convention.