RPM 360 Draw length and poundage


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    RPM 360 Draw length and poundage

    I am looking at an rpm and am curious about the poundage I should go with. I have a muscular build so I am strong so that is not an issue, but I keep hearing that the rpm is even more manageable at smaller draw lengths. I draw 26 inches so that is rather small, so would 70# limbs maxed out be a reasonable thing for me to get? (In comparison I am currently shooting an old PSE firestorm lite at around 65-68#)

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    Mine is a 70# but is maxed out at 73.8 from the factory.
    Mathews HTR 70/29.5 / Axcel Accutouch Pro / Mathews QAD / Tight Spot / Black Eagle Arrows / DRT

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    Mar 2014
    San Bernardino, CA
    Id say pull whatever you mormally pull. The draw cycle probably rocks at 26"... Because it becomes super smooth as soon as 29".
    But youd have to get the 70# limbs in order to get the range you normally pull.
    2013 Bowtech Insanity CPX, 70#
    2011 Bowtech Specialist, 60#
    2008 Bowtech Constitution, 70#

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    Going to shoot it tomorrow to get a feel for it

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