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We all have differing thoughts on this, here is mine.
Long axle to axle, will let the bow hold steady, more stable for long range or precise shooting. The larger the brace, the more forgiving the bow is, the small mistakes you make in youre form will not be amplified as much. Your actual draw length does play into this area however. A shorter BH for a shorter person is effected far less than someone with a longer draw length. The power stroke is shorter thus the BH is less an influance when talking about forgivness and BH. I lean toward longer ATA, more out of personal comfort and preference than anything else. The taller a person is and having longer arms a larger ATA helps for stablility and "fit to face" peep angle issues. There is a balance struck between the two for hunting for my bow choice. But I will choose a bow more out of ATA than BH for target shooting everytime. So, for your two choices in bows, considering my opinion above, I would choose door number 2. For me and my fit to a bow it would have the best specs.
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