VERY NICE AND LOTS OF INFO PROVIDED! THANKS FOR THE GREAT VIDEO'S AND KEEP THEM COMING!! ONE THING FOR SURE WHEN DEALING WITH DRAW LENGTH,, BIGGER IS NOT BETTER!
you are saying tip to tip but I cant see where you are holdong the tape. It looks like you are holding it at the tip of your thumb. When you say tip to tip that says to me that it should be at the tips of your forefingers. Which is it? Thanks Jim
I've got another surefire way to determine draw length. It's alot easier and there's no math involved. Now what you do is..... 1) get an ordinary household 3ft yardstick (meter stick2) gently put one end to your throat3) hold it sticking straight out gently against your throat level with the ground (careful not to choke yourself)4) now gently (can't stress that enough) move your arms straight out on the yd stick and bring your palms together on either side of the yard stick like your going to dive into a swimming pool. (don't stretch or reach. Just make sure your arms are straight out, palms together and fingers straight out)5) now look where the tip of your middle finger (or longest finger, if you have abnormal fingers) is resting on the stick. Whatever that number is.. That will be your draw length. This works perfect every time no matter who you are. But I hope you find this works just and well or maybe easier than the method on your video. Thanks alot and I enjoy your videos and site!!!
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