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I am a regular viewer of this great website and have seen various comments that "so and so" bow is good for a particular draw length. I plan on purchasing a Mathews bow for 3D only in January after the new models come out. My question is which of their bow is best suited for my 30 1/2 inch draw length? I WILL shoot the models that I think are best for me to see what I really think. But my question is geared for a "technical" answer. I know that my draw length limits me to the Conquest 3, Q2XL, and possibly LX if the 30 inches can be twisted/untwisted to gain 1/2" additional draw length or perhaps a new model that may be out in January 2004 that has a long draw.
 

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If you shoot fingers, the longer a2a will be more comfortable
to shoot..if you're sensitive to short a2a bows having an
acute string angle(as I am), the longer a2a will be more
pleasant(and in my case, more humanly accurate to shoot)
to shoot.. if the string angle doesn't bother you, a little
shorter bow will not be an issue...also, the longer a2a bow
will allow the peep to come a little closer to your eye since
the string angle is not as acute.. this can sometimes promote
better accurracy...
 

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IN my opinion with that long of a draw length, you'll find greater forgiveness in a longer axle to axle bow, such as the conquest 3, which has a 41" ATA.
 
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