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35" + ata w/7" bh?
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Contributors to this thread:
standswittaknife 26-Aug-22
Dale06 26-Aug-22
spike78 26-Aug-22
x-man 26-Aug-22
Nocturnal II 26-Aug-22
Bowboy 26-Aug-22
Brotsky 26-Aug-22
Ken 26-Aug-22
Julius Koenig 26-Aug-22
caribou77 26-Aug-22
fdp 26-Aug-22
caribou77 26-Aug-22
Dale06 26-Aug-22
standswittaknife 26-Aug-22
pav 26-Aug-22
Dale06 26-Aug-22
JL 26-Aug-22
Lee 27-Aug-22
26-Aug-22
Anyone recommend a bow that is 35" axle to axle with a 7" brace height? I see lots at 34", but w/ 6" bh. I love my elite 35s and won't get rid of them until (not that I need to) I find something that is comparable. Asking for a friend!

From: Dale06
26-Aug-22
Look at the Mathews Atlas. It’s close to your desired specs. I have one and like it.

From: spike78
26-Aug-22

spike78's Link
Athens Vista 35 has a 6.5” BH. See link

From: x-man
26-Aug-22
Bowtech Reckoning is exactly those specs.

From: Nocturnal II
26-Aug-22
Elite E 35 Lol.. I still shoot it myself.

From: Bowboy
26-Aug-22
Hoyt RX7 Ultra is 34” with a 7” brace height.

From: Brotsky
26-Aug-22
My Prime CT5 is close, 35" ATA and 6.5" BH.

From: Ken
26-Aug-22
When I read the title I was going to recommend an Elite Energy 35. But it sounds like you are already there. I have shot newer bows but my E 35 is still my favorite.

26-Aug-22
Me E35 leaves me wanting nothing.

From: caribou77
26-Aug-22
Ritual 35? Or find a v grip E35. Wanna get real crazy find a v grip e35 and throw some barnsdale limbs on it…. All that said I’m a v37 man. Just picked up another yesterday.

From: fdp
26-Aug-22
Why do you have a brace height preference?

From: caribou77
26-Aug-22
Fdp, bow forgiveness. The longer ata also provides more stability. Makes for accurate easy shooting bows.

From: Dale06
26-Aug-22
I too have a brace height preference, 7” or greater, for reasons stated above. I bought a 6.25” brace height bow a few years ago. Though it was a fast bow, my ability to shoot it accurately, was inconsistent at best. Some maybe able to shoot short BH bows just fine, but I’m not one of those shooters.

26-Aug-22
Exactly! I love the energy 35.. was curious what else is out there.. thx for the help

From: pav
26-Aug-22
Ditto on the minimum 7" brace height. Purchased one bow in my life with a brace height under 7"...and it was pinpoint accurate on the target range...and even hunting from the ground. Totally different story shooting from a treestand though. I'm left-handed and could not hit the broad side of a barn shooting left from a treestand.

Unfortunately, I cannot help you Danny. I'm still shooting both my old stand-by Mathews Drenalin LDs. (37" A-to-A and 7" brace).

From: Dale06
26-Aug-22
pav, that’s a great bow.

From: JL
26-Aug-22
36 and 6-7/8 https://www.apaarchery.com/product/apa-black-mamba-36-compound-bow/

37 and 7 https://www.apaarchery.com/product/apa-black-mamba-38-compound-bow/

From: Lee
27-Aug-22
Was going to give you my go to E35 but a lot beat me to it! Great bow

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