Hey, where's NE? Northeast, Nebraska, New England? Just curious...
Thanks for a great explanation. That is how Mathews got P&Y to recognize their older 70% bows for the record book. Virtually all bows do this.Out West, I tried to attach a picture to try and explain your question (didn't work). The picture was a rough image of a draw force curve. This is a representation of the force you use to draw a bow. The "peak" (the lowest part after the plateau) is basically the least amount of pounds you hold and what basically every company uses as the label of % let-off for their bows. But you do continue to draw the bow into the "wall". As you draw into the wall you lose some let-off. This point is your "effective" let-off. I hope this helps.
:wink:before all of the cam timing questions come up from these pictures, these were photo shopped pics so the cam timing will be off. they will come to you timed correctly.