Hi there.Â I have a 60-70 lb Helim and recently hurt my shoulder and would like to turn the poundage down on my bow.Â Â How far can the Helim be turned down? Will it safely go down to 58 lb or less?Â I don’t really want to have to buy a new bow or limbs.Â If someone knows this and could let me know that would be great.
This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by davey.
I took my bow to a proshop today and it was put on the scale and maxed out at 65lb. Â Everytime it was put on the scale the lbs varied up to a 5-6 lb difference. Â Why would this be? I had bought the bow used and not sure what the problem is. Â Could one or both of the limbs be screwed?
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