What she saidWhat can you comfortably pull now? If less than 60#, then check the specs on your new bow. Some will turn down farther than others.
If you are actually able to shoot 65, then you will want the 70# bow. But if you cannot comfortably draw 60# yet, then you might be better off with the 50-60# limbs that you cna swap out later on. Pulling too much weight can cause bad habits and injury.
.....What brand name of bow??...Martins bows come with 15# of weight adjustment, so a 50#-65# draw weight might be what You are looking for....I have heard, but not confirmed, that Hoyt will sell You a bow that will end up at odd weight ranges maxed out, such as 55#, or 65#...Give them a call, if Your looking at a Hoyt...Hope this helps...HarpermanI am going to be purchasing a new bow in the next couple weeks, I am a 31" Draw and am trying to decide between a 50-60lbs Draw or a 60-70lbs Draw. Idealy I would like to shoot around 65 lbs. Any opinions which way I should go?