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Diagram on how to change draw length on a bear panther II bow

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SOURCE: Why does the bow length need to match my draw length?

The bow length needs to match your draw length because the bow limb is designed to be used at a particular draw length range. For instance if you use a bow with limbs too long for your draw length, you won't be able to flex the limbs enough to make them efficient.

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