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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-16-2014, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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Mathews Reezen Draw Weight???

I want to drop my Reezen draw weight down to the lowest it can go. I am only fearful that I will remove the draw weight screw completely. Is that possible or do the have a some sort of stopper installed so that the screw cannot completely come out?
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Re: Mathews Reezen Draw Weight???

Limb bolts are pretty long but you can take them out too far which will really make a mess of things and possibly injure you or someone standing alongside you! If you have a scale available don't go down much over 10 # below max.. If it is a 70# bow I would stop around 58# just to be safe. Remember that bows are alot more efficient and quieter closer to max.
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Re: Mathews Reezen Draw Weight???

you should be able to take 5 full tunes off and be ok.
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Re: Mathews Reezen Draw Weight???

One thing to think about... Most bows generally shoot best at or near their peak draw weight. I'd take it down to start and slowly work my way back up.
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-04-2014, 08:36 PM
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Re: Mathews Reezen Draw Weight???

Not sure how much you need to go down, but You can buy 60lb limbs for it also. By doing this you can go down to 50 safely.

I have 55lb limbs on my bow & shoot at 53 lbs since I had shoulder surgery a few years back.
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