Absolutely. That's why a shorter draw length produces less speed for a given draw weight in a particular bow. It's always been that way and will continue to be so. Never compromise your draw length to get more speed, though. Bow is only capable of so much. You can manipulate cam orientation, add speed balls, shoot lighter arrows and other things to get as much speed as the bow is capable of, but there are limits. What's more you almost have to have a chronograph to check the results of any changes you make.
Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5
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