- 1 How do you adjust the draw weight on a bear bow?
- 2 How do I adjust the draw length on my bear authority?
- 3 Is 70 lb draw too much?
- 4 Is a 50lb bow too much?
- 5 Does draw weight affect accuracy?
- 6 How do I know my draw weight?
- 7 Is the bear species a good bow?
- 8 What is a rth bow?
- 9 How do I adjust my Eko camera?
- 10 How do I measure my draw length?
How do you adjust the draw weight on a bear bow?
To adjust the draw weight, we have to unload or load more stress (flex) on the limbs; we do that by tightening or loosening the limb bolts. To raise draw weight to maximum poundage, tighten the limb bolts (clockwise) until both limbs are tight against the riser.
You can adjust the draw length of the Bear Authority from 24.5” through to 31.5”, using the power cam on the bottom limb. No bow press is required for this adjustment, just an Allen key. You don’t get a set of Allen key wrenches with the bow, so be sure to pick up a set if you don’t already have bow tools.
Is 70 lb draw too much?
For example, a bow with a 70-pound peak weight and a 80% let-off should have a holding weight of around 14-pounds. Being able to hold a bow at full draw for 30 seconds is great, but if you’re shaking, struggling, and exhausted at the end of that time, then you’re not going to be able to make an ethical shot.
Is a 50lb bow too much?
If you’re pretty consistent at 40 pounds, but then notice erratic arrow groups at 50 pounds, then 50 pounds is probably too much weight. Archers shooting takedown recurve bows can usually get lighter limbs to drop some draw weight. Those who shoot one-piece recurves or longbows are going to have to switch bows.
Does draw weight affect accuracy?
Poundage does not affect accuracy, it affects range and arrow drop. Those can affect accuracy if you fail to compensate.
How do I know my draw weight?
To measure your draw weight, you must find the point where the draw is at its heaviest. For recurve and traditional bows this is at the end of the draw. For compound bows, this is approximately in the middle of the draw. You can use a bow scale, spring balance, or luggage scale to get the actual measurement.
Is the bear species a good bow?
The 2018 Species is designed to be an entry-level bow for adults wanting to give hunting a try, and it does not disappoint. Bear knew what they were doing in offering an entry-level bow in a single cam offering due to the smooth draw cycle and ease of shooting.
What is a rth bow?
Below, are the meaning of those abbreviations: RTS: Ready-To-Shoot. RTH: Ready-To-Hunt. RAK: Ready-Aim-Kill.
How do I adjust my Eko camera?
The Synchronized EKO cam has a draw stop and rotating module for draw length adjustment. All draw length adjustments can be made without the use of a bow press. Draw length changes are made by simply moving the draw stop to the desired position, then rotating the modules accordingly.
How do I measure my draw length?
To measure your draw length, stand with your back to a wall stretching your arms out against the wall. Measure the distance from the end of your middle finger to the end of your other middle finger, basically the length of both arms, hands and chest. This measurement, minus 15 then divided by 2, is your draw length.