· Bent Not Broken
Most of the tables I have seen list it by KE. There are too many variables to say just one decides it.
As long as you stay within your states laws about bow poundage you are good to go. think about it people have been killing larger animals with arrows for thousands and thousands of years. An Indian Self bow shot wood/reed arrows with stone tips and at best got 150 FPS shooting off a cliff lol. So any modern compound can beat that with a super heavy arrow. You can shoot through a turkey with a 20# long bow, a deer with not much more. So buy a bow that is easy for you to draw and shoot and put your arrows where they need to go and you'll have dead critters. RandyHello,
I have a question regarding compound bow hunting . Is there table, a chart witch explains to you what kind of bow you have to use depending on the game you want to hunt ? And what does count more for a bow ? Strenght or speed?
For example : for turkey you need a bow with xxx fps and draw weight of xxx lbs.... Or for deer you need....
And say I have a 60# compound bow with 320 fps . I found a char on hunters friend and they say that for big game you need 70# compound bows and more. But if my bow is as fast as an 70# compound bow, can I use it for big game ?