Thread: Bow drawlengths
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Old 09-05-2008, 05:43 PM
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Northern IL
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The reason most of the bows you see are in the 28 - 30 range is that when they test bows and publish speed results (IBO rating) They are tested at 30" draw length, 70# draw weight and a 350 gr. arrow so they are comparing apples to apples. Several manufacturers make shorter draw length bows and left handed models as well. I would recommend the Kobalt in the Hoyt line, it has an adjustable draw length and pretty sure it comes left handed. Tony and I bowfish with one in the springtime and I'll tell you even at 28" it really spits the arrows out pretty quick!

good luck on your search!
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