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I am new to bowhunting and i am in the market for a new bow. Most of the bows I really like go up to a 30" draw. My draw lengt

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  • I am new to bowhunting and i am in the market for a new bow. Most of the bows I really like go up to a 30" draw. My draw lengt

    I am new to bowhunting and i am in the market for a new bow. Most of the bows I really like go up to a 30" draw. My draw length is 30.5 - 31. Is it possible to get another 1/2in to an inch of draw out of these bows?

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    As far as I know, you can get a replacement module to change out to either extend or shorten the normal 28-30" draw length. I have a smaller arm span at 27.5" so I had the module changed and it made the world of difference because 28" just wasn't doing it for me. I can't see why there wouldn't be one to go the opposite direction. Ask your bow technician if it's possible on your model.

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      Hoyt Vector 35 is available with a 30.5 - 31" draw length.

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        For most bows, you can buy a different draw length adjustment module to get more length, but some models might require you to buy a whole new cam. I guess if you had a specific bow in mind I would call the company, and ask them if it's available in a "long-draw" model.

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