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I shoot the mini max at that draw length,
 

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The Mini will Give you a more solid wall in comparison to the regular Max Cam, thats why the Mini is very popular.
 

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My Conquest 3 was mini max but you could only get about 65 lbs out of a 70 pounder without spinning the cable way up. My C4 was a max cam and it, to me drew and sat alot better. Both were 28" draw.
 

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I have both. So far the wall is better on the minimax to me. Don't for get about the draw weight loss. I am trying the max cams on a 60# set up now...if I don't like it I'll get 70# limbs and go back to my minimax set up with actual draw weight about 62lbs

if u want 60# draw...you will have to have 70# limbs back out halfway to get it...70# limbs = draw weight of 55-65, 60# limbs = draw weight of 45-55..

Also the C4 draw length measures shorter than their other Mathews bows... more accurate...I shoot a 28" in a Reezen or S2...had to go to 29" on the C4...
 
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