Quick Answer: Is 70 Lb Draw Too Much?

How far can a 40 lb recurve bow shoot?

about 260 to 280 yardsGuys pulling 40lb recurve with carbons got to about 260 to 280 yards.

My 28lb limbs would get to just over 200 yards..

How far can a 70 lb bow shoot?

A compound bow can shoot an arrow over 1,000 feet, but the farthest recorded shot that actually hit a target is 930.04 feet. Most archers stay within what is called the “effective range,” which is typically between 30 and 60 yards.

How much draw weight does it take to kill a human?

A bow with a draw weight of thirty pounds would be capable of killing a human, but it wouldn’t make a great weapon. In my territory, hunting laws state that in order to hunt any animal, deer-sized and up, you must be using a bow with a draw weight of 40 lbs.

Is my draw weight too heavy?

Bowhunters should be able to point their bow at the target and draw the bowstring straight back smoothly and with little movement. If, when drawing a bow, you need to lean forward or backward, or raise your bow skyward to get the bow to full draw, your bow’s draw weight is most likely too heavy.

Will a 60 lb bow kill a deer?

50-60 is more than enough to kill a deer. Don’t try to make it so heavy that you don’t enjoy shooting your bow.

Is 70 pound draw weight enough?

Remember, a bow with a maximum draw weight of 70 or even 60 pounds is a lot to pull back smoothly for the average person, especially when hunting in cold weather and particularly when sitting.

What is the deadliest Broadhead?

Ramcat Diamondback Fixed-Blade Broadhead – 100 grain The strike from an Eastern Diamondback Rattler is one of the deadliest.

What are the four C’s of hunting?

Always follow the 4 c’s: careful, considerate, capable and courteous.

How far can a 50 lb bow shoot?

100 yardsThe American Archery Institute endorses this formula. Therefore you should be good to 100 yards with a 50 pound bow.