On a side note, very short axle-to-axle length bows with short brace
heights can tend to feel top heavy.
As with most other speedsters, it's not the smoothest to draw, and I'm not a big fan of the short brace
The preloaded limbs, flexed past parallel even at rest, react to the shot backwards, reducing string slap from the short brace
First came a 3-1 victory at Far mers, in which a Short brace
was added to by Matthew Laybour ne.
After that bow, I said I would never shoot a short brace
height bow again.
With a short brace
height of 6 inches, the EVO just looks fast.
A six-inch brace height contributes to that speed, but the StealthShot eliminates the negatives of a short brace
height such as arm slap, string noise, and vibration.
Bows with a short brace
height produce very good speed, but they bring about complications not experienced with a higher brace height.
Bows with short brace
heights tend to be less forgiving, but they are also faster.
Shooting a bow with a short brace
height is akin to shooting a pistol with a snub-nose barrel.
Bows with aggressive, sharp-drawing cams coupled with a short brace
height are usually tagged as speed bows.
Conventional wisdom suggests that bows with short brace
heights are less forgiving.