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# Draw Length Chart Recurve

Draw Length Chart Recurve. A piece of tape will do fine. Now take that measured number and subtract 15 and then divide that number by 2.

Now take that measured number and subtract 15 and then divide that number by 2. Once you make this quick measurement, you’ll be able to use a calculator to determine the correct draw length for you. 7 rows later on, we will be looking at how to correctly calculate your draw length and this is crucial.

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### Stand Against A Wall With Your Back To It And Raise Your Arms To Shoulder Height.

A piece of tape will do fine. The draw weight for deer hunting with a recurve bow should be at least around 40 lbs. To determine your draw length, simply measure your armspan from the middle finger of one hand, to the middle finger of your opposite hand.

### Remember That With A Traditional Recurve Bow The Weight Will Change Depending Upon What Your Draw Length Is.

Once you make this quick measurement, you’ll be able to use a calculator to determine the correct draw length for you. Having found the length in the arrow mark, you should now add 1 ¾ inches. Take this number and divide by 2.5.

### This Number Is Your Draw Length.

If you measured this in centimeters, you will have to convert this to inches by dividing by 2.54 or using this tool. Repeat the process several times so that you can find the appropriate length. Measure the length between the throat of the nock and the marking, this is your draw length.

### By Only Having To Hold About Half Of The Draw Weight The Archer.

As you need to be shooting at a distance of anywhere above 15 yards, you might miss a lot of the times if your draw wight is below 40 lbs. 7 rows later on, we will be looking at how to correctly calculate your draw length and this is crucial. Measure the total length from one end from the tip of your middle finger to the other end in inches.

### Now You Will Need To Strengthen Your Muscles To Be Able To Use This Weight If You Are Not Already Comfortable With 40 Lbs.

Slowly let down the bow, and make sure that the marking stays in place. Tell the helper to read the mark on your arrow that meets the vertical line on the tap. Now take that measured number and subtract 15 and then divide that number by 2.