QUESTION: How do I shorten my Take-Down Longbow?
ANSWER: The procedure to shorten your Take-Down Longbow is similar to the procedure for changing lengths on your Take-Down Recurve. It is very simple. For every two inches that you shorten your tdlb, you move your press pin one inch, from the original 68″ position, toward the tip end of the press. You also shorten the limb template one inch at the butt end. For example, if if you were making a 64″ tdlb, you would move your press pin two inches toward the tip end of the press from the 68″ position and shorten your limb template two inches at the butt end.