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My new Christmas bow.

My son in Afghanistan sent us all Christmas presents. My present was a new Diamond Razor's Edge compound bow. The question I have is the draw length on the bow is 24" and my draw length is a 29". I have never dealt with this before so I was wondering if this is just a matter of somehow adjusting the draw length on the bow or will it be more complicated. I'm hoping it's simple. Please don't tell me I need to get a different bow. By the way, my son in Afghanistan will be on a highly combative mission this week in Afghanistan. Please pray for him and his troops that they will all be safe. His name is Aj. Thanks.

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I did some quick research and

I did some quick research and it looks like that bow may be able to be adjusted up to 11 inches of draw length without a bow press.  Check your owner's manual - there are some posted of other models on the net that suggest it can be done.

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I don't know about helping

I don't know about helping you with the bow but I did want to take a minute and tell you that I will add a prayer for your son!  I do know that BOWTECH has a really sweet deal for the military members that are stationed over seas.

Although I was never on the ground during conflict, I was afloat on many missions and can truely appreciate the sacrifices he is making!

From one VET to another, THANK YOU AJ!!! Thumbs up

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prayers up

I don't know anythingabout the bow but it sounds like you have a good boy!

Prayers sent for safety for him and a safe return home.

 

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Very nice!  That's a great

Very nice!  That's a great Christmas gift!

And thanks to your son for his service!!!

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Thanks guys for your advice

Thanks guys for your advice on the bow and especially for the prayers for Aj.

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I copied th8is from their

I copied th8is from their website on the bow.  The bow is mostly designed for smaller framed shooters.  I obvisouly do not know your build, but for me whomis 5'10" the axle to axle is a bit short an can cause unstableness.  None the less it is a great bow...I boughtnthe same one for the wife and she loves it.  As she get stronger pulling it back I can crank the weight up on her a bit.  Enjoy and be safe!

 

Axle-to-axle length: 31''. Brace height: 7''. IBO arrow speed: 308 fps at maximum draw (29''). Adjustable letoff: 75%. Color: Camo

    Features:
  • Razor Edge youth bow with all the accessories you need to start shooting
  • Includes bow, 3-pin fiber optic sight, capture arrow rest, 4-arrow quiver, braided wrist sling, and peep sight
  • Bow grows with young archer from the first shot to hunting from the stand
  • Dual cam with rotating mod for adjustable draw length from 19'' - 29''
  • Specially designed grip fits a wide range of hand sizes
  • Redesigned machined aluminum riser
  • High performance Diamond cams and limbs
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My son Aj and his unit all

My son Aj and his unit all made it back to their base safely. Thank you for your prayers.

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