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When looking at the draw length settings for Command Cams, what is the difference between the inner and outer rows? What is the longest setting?
 

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I am not sure if I follow the question or not. Each hole I believe is about a quarter or 1/2 of an inch. Moving the screw towards the plus end of the cam will increase the draw. There are or have been several sizes of Command cams and depending on which cam you have determines the range of length you can get. If you have other questions on Hoyts you might log onto HoytUSA forum and the real Guau's can help.
 

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That's what my guess would be too. Obviously going towards "+" is supposed to make the draw longer. It's just that there are two rows of holes for the draw length adjustment and I wasn't sure if it was top-bottom-top-bottom or top-top-top...bottom-bottom-bottom. In other words is the longest setting the last setting on the top row or the last setting on the bottom row?
 

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Simply go the the next + hole to increase regardless of row...........in other words, top to bottom to top to bottom etc.etc..................ck
 
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