Bob, there is a very real possiblity that between that short A2A and the short BH, you will find it will require very good form as compared to a longer bow with a longer bh.I'm considering a used APA Pit Viper. My concern is it is only a 31" A2A and 6.5" BH. I want this to be an all around bow. Probably a good hunting bow , but will I find it to unforgiving for target use.
(I can only afford 1 bow).
Thanks for the input.
That's kind of what I was worried about Skeeter.
If I'm "on" I MAY be able to shoot it well at 20 yds under controlled circumstances, but throw any other variables into the mix and accuracy is bound to suffer.
Thanks for the reminder.
A longer bow with a 7" + bh is kind of a do all bow as far as I'm concerned. You dont have to go real long. I have found that even a 33" to 34" bow shot much better for me than the shorty's I've owned, much more forgiving. They are also plenty good enough for ground blinds as well.I can only swing one bow, so I want it to work as well as possible in all circumstances.
Let's be fair here.....she's has, by far, the shortest DL of the group of competitors. And the rest are shooting bows 38" long or longer. Notice that? How well do you think a 2m tall man would do with it?