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Is a lighter or heavier bow better?

The benefits of a heavy (draw weight) bowThis is not true, heavy bows are a bit more forgiving, but not inherently more accurate. Sadly, many people believe that the bow you are using is a big factor 

Ideal Bow Weight Nov 13, 2011 — It's better to have a bow that feels lighter than it actually is. I've experienced some heavy bows that just seemed to sit on the string, and When aiming is it easier with a lighter or a heavier bow? - RedditSep 6, 2015 — It's easier to hold good form with a lighter bow, less shake, less fatigue, etc, while with a heavier bow there's just less drop because the same arrow reaches 

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Light Bows vs Heavy Bows | Archery Talk ForumNov 1, 2011 — I dont buy into that fad that a heavier bow is necessairly more easy to hold steady. For most hunting situations, a lighter bow is plenty 

Light weight Bow or not? - Discussion Forums - Fiddle HangoutA lighter bow will be more difficult to control, but will give better nuances and expression given the proper control. A heavier bow will be How Much Draw Weight Do Bowhunters Need? Bowhunters May 16, 2019 — Draw weight, or poundage, is a measurement of the force needed to draw a bow. You might hear someone say, “I shoot a 40-pound bow.

Q&A Do You Want a Heavy Bow or a Light One?Jan 19, 2014 — Camp B says that people should always use heavier bows, because with heavier bows, it stabilizes your shot since more weight equals more Heavy vs. Light Arrows: Which Are Better for Deer Hunting?May 12, 2021 — Shooting an overly light arrow produces similar, albeit reduced, stress on your bow. The lighter arrow can't absorb all the bow's stored energy, 

What to Look for when Buying a Violin Bow?Aug 30, 2019 — A lighter bow can feel very good to play with, but it can also feel nervous. In wooden bows you often have to choose between 'heavy and Is a Lighter or Heavier Arrow Best for Crossbow Hunting?Jul 8, 2019 — It is true that a lighter arrow will shoot faster, but a heavier arrow will always have a greater amount of penetration power, despite its 

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