Been thinking about some "theory" here. I was talking to somebody the other day about what makes a shorter brace height bow "less forgiving". I have never noticed much of a difference in forgiveness between an 8" brace height target bow, and a 6" brace height speed/3d/hunting bow. The most common argument I have heard about what makes them less forgiving is that "the arrow is on the string longer" with a longer power stroke. This seems to make sense initially, BUT.. Let's look at an example.. let's say we are talking about a bow that shoots 300 fps. 300 fps is 3600 inches per second, so it takes roughly .0003 seconds to go 1 inch. How far off target can a bow really move in .0006 seconds if we are talking the difference between a 6" brace and 8" brace? I find it hard to believe this is the real reason why shorter brace height is all that much more less forgiving. If it's not this, then what else is it? Just looking for opinions/input..