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    • Cedarshaft
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      I was just given a 58″ x 41# Grizzly by a friend. Put a new string on it and shot it with some Gold Tip 1535 shafts. Shot well. Looking for a suggested brace height before I install string silencers. Any suggestions?:D

    • drew4fur
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      Cedarshaft wrote: I was just given a 58″ x 41# Grizzly by a friend. Put a new string on it and shot it with some Gold Tip 1535 shafts. Shot well. Looking for a suggested brace height before I install string silencers. Any suggestions?:D

      The recommended brace height is 7.5 to 8.5 inches. I shoot Super Kodiaks and Kodiak Hunters, and I’ve found that having brace height more than 8.5 inches, and less than 9 works best for me. My recommendation is to start at the highest manufacturer recommended height, i.e., 8.5 inches, and work down from there about a half inch at a time. If it get’s “worse” e.g., louder, arm slap, poor arrow flight all the way down, then 8.5 or 9 inches is probably the sweet zone. In general it’s going to depend on your draw length, arrows and shooting style.

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