Had no problem selling my last 2 50 lb bows. Soon to be a 3rd, my centergy!You can seldom sell a 40/50 bow these days would be my guess.
I'd been shopping for limbs, finally had to buy new.
As for short draw availability, most would rather shoot a couple inches too long for the speed.
Probably because 70lb bows outsell most other draw weights!You don't see many bows 50 lb bows coming up in the classifieds, why is that? You also don't see many short draw flagship bows out there either. and no I really don't know why that is, that's why I'm asking. Does anyone have any theories?
I don't think it has alot to do with manning up (Well maybe for a few guys, But they'll never shoot good anyways), God made man but he did not create them equal! A good friend of mine is 6-6 340lbs and not a touch of fat on him, He'd be able to draw a 100lb full throttle all day long if they made it, I say shoot as heavy as you can while still being totally comfortable!Maybe they figured out they don’t have to MAN UP and shoot 70 so they don’t have to get rid of their bows once a year to the newest smoothest bow out there!
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