Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by INbowhunter, Oct 18, 2019.
What bow? That's impressive!
Bowtech Carbon Knight. Speeds checked with a chrono, I was impressed too. It is the fastest bow I've ever had, even when I used to shoot full on hatchet cam bows. Short draw length is challenging to get decent speed, but I'm pleased with this one.
At 70 lbs. with the 385 grain arrows I was getting 307.
that's an impressive speed for your draw and arrow weight. that's with the carbon knight?
Hoyt Charger 26.5 DL @68lbs. Getting 262 fps according to the sight tape. 480 grain arrow. Never shot it through a chronograph.
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My Hoyt at 60#/30" with 501gr arrow/head = 250fps (chrono) = 69.5fp of kinetic energy. It delivers a thumping when my shoulder allows me to use it.
i shoot a carbon knight too, and get good speeds
posted mine prior in thread, but
30 inch 65 pounds
509 gr 265 fps
432 gr 291 fps
409 gr 299 fps
26.5DL 65# weight
Easton axis 400 spine with 125gr heads
450gr total arrow weight
Never shot chronograph
Please critique my set up if you see fit. Have been shooting for years but just now really getting into the perfect setup and fine tuning aspect of it
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Those are decent numbers.
I will say that I have mine set in the 28" draw length slot, but know that I'm a 27.5" draw with a d-loop so just figured it wasn't quite accurate.
29" draw at 50 pounds. 475 grains. No ideas what fps. I just moved to 50 from 70.
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