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My true draw is 28.25" and I have a hard time shooting the sub-33" ATA bows. A very short throw release, like the Carter Plain 1 or the trigger-forward style wrist straps with about a 1/2" longer DL than you normally shoot helps a lot, but it still involves leaning the head into the string. The problem with leaning the head into the string comes with a lot of other issues, like rolled up bow arm shoulder, more difficult for back tension execution, etc. Like said, give them a try and see how well you can adjust. I think that going from a bow like the Q2 to bows like the MR-7 or MR-6 is going to blow your mind. The string angle will be about the same (33" ATA with huge cams). The draw cycle is the only thing that puts off many shooters, but if you stay with the 60# limbs, it can be easily handled. Even at 60# the MR-series bows do better with .300: spine shafts. With a 30" DL, a 60# MR-6 would be flinging 500 grain arrows at 285 fps, 400 gr arrows at 315 fps...a totally different experience than the Q2
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