How do you adjust Draw Weight of a Bow?
I need to know how to adjust Draw Weight
You adjust the draw weight by turning the 2 allen screws at the base of each limb(where the limb meets the riser).The screws must be adjusted exactly the same.To start turn the screws all the way in(clockwise) and then begin turning them out making sure to count the number of turns to be sure that they are set in unison.Turn the screws half a turn at a time until you get the proper draw weight.Be careful not to turn the screws out to far or the bow will explode in your face,I suggest you take the bow to an archery shop to have it properly set and tuned.
On a compound bow, the screws that hold the limbs on also adjust the tension. Care must be taken to adjust them evenly and to be sure they are at the same point before adjusting.
Just like everyone else said,you turn the screws on the limbs.Normally when you do this,there's a method.Like on a bow of mine,one turn equals three pounds.I'd consult an owner's manual,or take it to a pro shop.
By turning the bolt, normally a allen wrench bolt, on the front of your bow, where the limbs attach to the riser. Turn them in make your bow stronger, out of course wee-kens it. make sure the limbs are even.
That depends on the bow. Some can be adjusted and others cannot. If you don't have a manual for your bow and cannot get one, just take it to an archery shop and have them show you how to adjust it.
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