short brace

short brace

A brace, 3 having a small handle for working in confined places.
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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 height.
The preloaded limbs, flexed past parallel even at rest, react to the shot backwards, reducing string slap from the short brace height.
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.
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.