RE: [SCA-Archery] Re: Reducing bow poundage
- Because draw length is measured from the front of the bow not the power stroke. By changing the power stroke (the string length) you have not changed the draw length.
OK, this doesn't address the legality, just the physics. I don't understand...if a bow doesn't pull full weight (say 32#) at 26", pulls full weight at 28", and pulls over full weight at 30", why wouldn't a slightly longer string reduce the pounds of pull at 28"? As I understand it, the pounds of resistance in the limbs is a factor of how far they are bent, and if the longer string results in less bend at 28" draw, why wouldn't the measured pounds of draw be reduced?Randal
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- Hi, Jim. Hello, Everyone.
My right ring finger was just itching for a ring a moment ago, and I thought of this project. How far along did this move?
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> A word file ought to do it. My e-mail address is alchem@...
> Jim Koch (Gladius The Alchemist"
> >At 06:58 AM 12/19/2008, you wrote:
> >Hi, Jim.
> > > E-mail me your designs as an attachment. I am already making the
> > > first wax prototypes.
> > > >
> > > Jim "Gladius The Alchemist"
> >If you can send an e-mail to me, the address is ashamblin4 at yahoo dot
> >com, I can send them to you as a Word file, a Publisher file and
> >possibly a PDF file.
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