Levi’s Archery Tips for Bow Setups
On this episode of “Archery Fit” fueled by MTN Ops, I quickly run through some archery tips regarding bow setups. All of us at one point or another had that absolutely perfect bow setup. The setup was forgiving, accurate, and comfortable more than any bow you have ever shot. That bow setup could be described as that “dream setup”. Hopefully, today’s archery tip will help you mimic that exact setup regardless of the bow you shoot.
Your bow will constantly be changing year to year. Whether you are switching models or installing new strings, each and every bow has its own personality. However, we can take any model bow, for example, a Matthews TRX, and set it up to get as close as possible to that dream setup by taking detailed measurements of our best setup. What I do and what I have learned to do the hard way is to simply write every detail down about the bow once I find the perfect setup.
Here are some of the measurements you should write down:
- Draw weight
- Draw length
- Holding weight
- Axle-to-axle measurements
- How long the nocking loop is
- Bow rest positioning
- Brace height
- Distance from top axle to nocking point
- Distance from bottom axle to nocking point
- Stabilizer setup
- Arrow setup
With these notes, you should be able to set your bow up close to or even to the exact feel as the perfect bow setup you had in the past!
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