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Can Bow be turned down? #7371152 12/09/18 01:54 AM
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I am giving my 15 yr old grandson a Reflex Extreme bow that was his dad' (who passed last month). Not sure what the pull is but I think it is 60#. Can this bow be turned dow to where the grandson can pull it?

Re: Can Bow be turned down? [Re: ibrodder] #7371175 12/09/18 02:16 AM
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Is this the Hoyt Reflex extreme bow. I believe it can be adjusted 27 to 30 inches draw and poundage down to 50lbs.

It depends on his size and strength to being able to fit it to him

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Yes it is a Hoyt Thanks

Re: Can Bow be turned down? [Re: ibrodder] #7376136 12/13/18 09:52 PM
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Is the limb sticker still on it? It tells the poundage range and draw length adjustment range for the bow. Should be something a bow shop can do for you if you're not comfortable trying it. A bow press is needed, probably, to do the draw length adjustment.

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