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Precisely measure the draw length for shooting a bow with our draw length calculator relative to the arm span.
It is the distance from the nock point of the throat to the grip of the bow +1.75”.
The draw length is the pull-in inches from the apex of the string to the throat of the grip.
For accurate estimation relative to wingspan need to use the draw length calculator.
Proper shooting form and good accuracy depend on having a bow that fits. When it comes to finding the right fit, one of the most important measurements is draw length.
There are the following purposes for measuring draw length:
Measuring draw length is easy and requires only three steps:
The formula for calculating the bow length is:
DL = Draw length in Inches
WS = Wingspan in Inches
To measure draw length of the bow add + 1.75″
Suppose the Wingspan of the archer is 40 Inches, then how to measure draw length on a compound bow?
WS = 50 Inches
The draw length by height formula is:
DL = WS/2.5
DL = 40/2.5
DL = 16 Inches
DL in centimeter = 40.64 cm
DL of Bow = 16 + 1.75”
DL of Bow = 17.5Inches
DL of Bow in centimeters = 44.45cm
For making your target more precise and accurate the arrow length calculator is a good option to know the draw length.
The draw length chart for the archers is given by:
|Archery Draw Length (inches)
|Bow Length (inches)
You can check all the measurements given in the table with our efficient bow size calculator.
To measure draw length accurately use our bow size calculator.
Let’s see how!
From the source of bowhunting.com: Draw length
From the source of bowhuntingmag.com: Bow length