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Thread: Why Are Short A2A Bows Less Accurate? Why Are Long A2A Bows More Accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    meaning the shooter didn't make any mistakes and had perfect repeatability (or shot in a machine), there is no advantage to the longer bow?
    Less acute angles means less wear on the bow. Does that mean that my next bow will be long ATA? The answer might surprise you......

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    Quote Originally Posted by polaris754 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake-the-snake View Post
    Every bow out there has the potential to be just as accurate as another. the Exile for example, is just as accurate as the shadowcat, if both are tuned to the max. The only thing a longer A2A helps, is the actual guy behind the bow. Longer bows are easier to hold steady. In other words....they are more forgiving
    I agree...............

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