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I'd say if you are only going to shoot up to 65#, anything over 65#'s is wasted bow. That said...consider the effect that shooting a 70# max bow at less than 70 has on your draw length. As you lower the draw weight, you are increasing your draw length for that bow. Also, consider your shoulder. What if something happens again, and you need to go to a lower poundage, say 50# or 55#. If you have a 60# or 65# model, you can at least lower down to 50 or 55# respectively and keep shooting. If you have a 70#, you might not be able to go low enough to suit your shoulder if you happen to injure it again. As far as efficiency advantages, I don't think that really matters anymore for the new bows of today, or the effect is insignificant...but I could be wrong on that point.
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