A no longer made 31 1/2" Bowtech Commander.
There are other bowtechs with a long draw, you should at least shoot one before you decide...you owe it to yourself. There is a reason so many people shoot that brand.
Im a 32, but shoot 31. The Mathews Drenalin LD is the best I have found at that draw length. Well it was until I shot the Monster 7, I am now in love and just waiting for the finances to allow me to get one. I am partial to Mathews but have owned others, The Switchback LD is the smoothest and most accurate bow I have ever shot, but sloooow. I owned a Bowtech 101st Airborne, liked it but very harsh draw. The one I bought came with 30" mods and shot well, I ordered some 31 and 31.5 mods and found that trying to squeeze the last few inches of draw out of that bow was a bad idea. Made so hard of a hump that it was hard to get it over and the letoff became much less than shorter draw lengths, so you were holding more weight at full draw. Had the PSE Dream Season, good bow but too short and just never felt right to me. Had Hoyt Trykon XL, bow was made of concrete and I used it to anchor my boat at night. Had the Hoyt Vectrix XL, little bit lighter but I could never get it to group tight for me. Two bows I have not had the chance to shoot but really want to are the Elite XLR and the new Mathews Conquest. Triumph
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