So, if you have a really durable wood that isn't very springy, you should make short limbs with a lot of tension and angle in them, to utilize the durability but not rely on speed, whereas if you have a very fast wood that isn't durable you should not put much tension on it but have longer limbs with less tension and more travel, applying smaller force for a longer time to the projectile?The best bow wood for limbs is the one that is used in a bow designed for the wood it is made with. Properly designed and made no one wood will outshoot another. It is simply how to take advantage of the characteristics of the wood that you use.
S. Old bill apparently is. Profile shows he was logged on November 28th, 2015 04:13 AMI wonder if "sweet old bill" is even around anymore?
Of course the wood matters in all wood bows......not so much with the latest glass and carbons is what I hear. That new latest and greatest wood isn't even a wood, "foam"