I Have Tried A Couple Of Methods At Home For Draw Length
1 Wingspan Divided By 2.5 = 28
2 Tape Measure From Palm To Corner Of Mouth + 1.75 =29.25
Neither One Consistant With Each Other
Also When I Get The Draw Length Right I Need Help On Arrow Selection
Length Type Poundage Whatever Thanks In Advance Will Be Shooting
05 Allegiance Vft At Approx 62lbs. BOW FROM FACTORY SET AT 29 INCH DRAW
The tape measure method gave you a longer reading,
because you did not take into account the bow grip angle.
you held your thumb on your bow hand horizontal,
when measuring with the tape measure,
so that's why the much longer 29.25" measurement.
The wingspan divided by 2.5 calculation will get you in the ball park,
so when you walk into a pro shop,
at least you have a rough idea as to what might fit you.
Your foot position (open, closed or neutral stance)
will change what bow draw length fits you.
The angle of the bow grip (medium wrist or low wrist)
will change what draw length you fit.
Like JAVI says,
the bow draw length should be set so the nock is under the eye.
The d-length (which is not part of the bow draw length setting)
is used to adjust the position of the release elbow in relation to the arrow.
Getting a bow with a draw length module
so you can make adjustments to the draw length is highly recommended.
If you insist on getting a draw length specific bow,
where a change in draw length will require a different cam,
then find an expert to help you figure out your draw length.
kg4tyr can tell you about his experience about buying a draw length specific bow and going to the wrong place to get help with figuring out his draw length.