Up the poundage or leave it for lightbowContributors to this thread:
Lever Action 10-Sep-18
Too Many Bows Bob 10-Sep-18
My son is shooting a 39 pound bow and is pulling 26 inches. He says he could up the drawweight a few pounds and still feel good. Should I go get it upped before deer season or is 2-3 pounds of draw weight going to not be a factor
If he is shooting well leave it until after the season. Check with your local laws though. A lot of states have a minimum poundage requirement which is usually around 40-45 lbs. With that said, a game warden would ha Eric be a pretty serious jerk to bust your son for being one pound under weight.
It’s us not a factor either way. To little to mess he m up and too little to gain any benefit so it is a non-issue. I would shoot the heaviest I could shoot accurately. No reason for any less
From: Lever Action
A couple pounds isnt going to make a difference in a positive way IMO
From: Too Many Bows Bob
Don't change a winning game. TMBB
Biggest thing (besides being legal) is if that bow is tuned nicely now, don’t touch it.
I'd probably leave it for the year, but like others have said make sure that tune is perfect.