Just to answer your stupid question, many shooters find that a bow aims more solidly (steady) with less letoff. It forces the shooter to use the back muscles more so than the arms and shoulders. The back muscles, being larger, can do the work easier.
Originally Posted by MastaMarksman
Although high letoff (80%) is nice for hunting you'll find a fair amount of target shooters prefer 65% or even 50%.
And I was just kidding. It's not a stupid question at all. Asking questions is how one learns--hopefully. Nothing at all wrong with asking dumb questions. Ask away any time.
Martin does have some 65% modules. As Doc said, if you shoot a bow with a cam using "f" modules then all you need to do is order some "f/" modules. Another thing a person can do is shorten up the draw stop a bit on the Bengal. Although this does shorten the draw length a tad it will keep the bow from dropping completely into it's valley, thus raising the holding weight.
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