a 100lbs bow cant be dry fired without HIGH risks of failure.6.5-20gpp depending on the application
For gap shooting to 40yds I've been most successful with 32" arrows going 185fps, but if I could get a closer POD with faster ones I would.
Some bows won't warranty under 8gpp, they aren't for me.
Speed limits are a pretty reasonable way of doing things, but that would require an archer to actually possess a reasonably accurate chrono.a 100lbs bow cant be dry fired without HIGH risks of failure.
10lbs bows of the same model, can be dri fired from 28"
50lbs bows can be half drawn and released.
so we have a sliding scale.
between draw length and bow weight, from 5gpp to 9.5gpp approx.
due to different bows having different stored energies, there needs to be differences.
for example. if you require 200fps. some bows do this at 7gpp, and some at 10gpp.
why look down on the bow that does this at 10gpp because it has a higher minumum GPP.
(debates are debates mind... they open doors and help everyone in my view)