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WIN&WIN RCX 100
WIN&WIN RCX 100

Manufacturer:

Win&Win Archery
820-9 Donghang-Ri, Yangsun-Myun
Ansung-Shi, Kyungki-Do, 456-931
-Korea-
WIN&WIN RCX 100

  • Limb Model: RCX 100
  • Limb Length: Medium (68" on 25" riser)
  • Recommended Brace Height: 8-1/4" - 9-1/4"
  • Shape and Cross-Section: recurve limbs with rectangular cross-section
  • Materials: nano foam core / high modulus carbon
  • Tip Overlays: carbon
  • Wedge: carbon
  • Width at Fade-out: 1-9/16" / 40 mm
  • Width below String Groove: 11/16" / 18 mm
  • Physical Weight:: 11 oz / 300 gr
  • Finish: clear matte epoxy finish
  • Take-Down System: ILF system
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  • Reference Riser: Win&Win INNO CXT
  • Brace Height for Testing (inches): 8-3/4
  • Draw Length for Testing (inches): 28
  • Power Stroke (inches): 17.5
  • String Angle (°): 132.5
  • Draw Weight (lbs): 40,1 @ 28"
  • Stored energy (ft-lbs): 34.79
  • Stored energy per pound of draw weight (ft-lbs/lbs): 0.87
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  • Arrow Weight (grains): 361
  • Arrow Speed (feet per second): 190 (9 gpp)
  • Kinetic Energy of arrow (ft-lbs): 28.94
  • Dynamic Efficiency (%): 83.2
  • Arrow Speed (fps) per Inch of Power Stroke: 10.86
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  • Arrow Weight (grains): 241 (6 gpp)
  • Arrow Speed (feet per second): 219
  • Kinetic Energy of arrow (ft-lbs): 25.67
  • Dynamic Efficiency (%): 73.8
  • Arrow Speed (fps) per Inch of Power Stroke: 13.77
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  • Testing Parameters:

    The limbs were mounted on the 25" reference riser with the limb bolts adjusted to the middle of the riser's recommended adjustment range. These limb bolt settings will be used for all limb performance tests with only minor adjustments for tiller.
    A force-draw curve was obtained from the limbs, using a digital force gauge with a resolution of 0.1 lbs. Measured bow weight was rounded to the next half pound.
    The different arrow speeds were achieved with the bow shot from a shooting machine with a mechanical release. The string was pulled to 28 inches A.T.A. (formerly A.M.O.) which is 26-1/4 inches from the string to the deepest point of the grip.
    The arrows for the first part of speed testing had a weight of  9  grains per pound of measured (not stated) draw weight. The arrows for the second part of speed testing had a weight of  6  grains per pound of measured (not stated) draw weight. Speed measurements were taken 3 feet in front of the back of the bow with two chronographs set up in a tandem configuration. Each arrow was shot a minimum of 6 times and overall achieved speeds were rounded to the next whole digit.
    The bow was set up with my standard 16 strand Fast-Flight string, that features one metal crimp-on nocking point locator but no other attachments, like silencers, kisser button, etc.
    Note: Numerous tests over the years showed that arrow speeds achieved with my finger release, using a clicker, run 5 fps lower on average, than the arrow speeds with a mechanical release.


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  • Reference Riser: TradTech Titan II
  • Brace Height for Testing (inches): 7-7/8
  • Draw Length for Testing (inches): 28
  • Power Stroke (inches): 18.375
  • String Angle (°): 123
  • Draw Weight (lbs): 46.1 @ 28"
  • Stored energy (ft-lbs): 41.42
  • Stored energy per pound of draw weight (ft-lbs/lbs): 0.90
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  • Arrow Weight (grains): 415 (9 gpp)
  • Arrow Speed (feet per second): 193
  • Kinetic Energy of arrow (ft-lbs): 34.33
  • Dynamic Efficiency (%): 82.9
  • Arrow Speed (fps) per Inch of Power Stroke: 10.50
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  • Arrow Weight (grains): 277 (6 gpp)
  • Arrow Speed (feet per second): 224
  • Kinetic Energy of arrow (ft-lbs): 30.87
  • Dynamic Efficiency (%): 74.5
  • Arrow Speed (fps) per Inch of Power Stroke: 12.19
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  • Testing Parameters:

    The limbs were mounted on the 17" reference riser with the limb bolts adjusted to the middle of the riser's recommended adjustment range. These limb bolt settings will be used for all limb performance tests with only minor adjustments for tiller.
    A force-draw curve was obtained from the limbs, using a digital force gauge with a resolution of 0.1 lbs. Measured bow weight was rounded to the next half pound.
    The different arrow speeds were achieved with the bow shot from a shooting machine with a mechanical release. The string was pulled to 28 inches A.T.A. (formerly A.M.O.) which is 26-1/4 inches from the string to the deepest point of the grip.
    The arrows for the first part of speed testing had a weight of  9  grains per pound of measured (not stated) draw weight. The arrows for the second part of speed testing had a weight of  6  grains per pound of measured (not stated) draw weight. Speed measurements were taken 3 feet in front of the back of the bow with two chronographs set up in a tandem configuration. Each arrow was shot a minimum of 6 times and overall achieved speeds were rounded to the next whole digit.
    The bow was set up with my standard 16 strand Fast-Flight string, that features one metal crimp-on nocking point locator but no other attachments, like silencers, kisser button, etc.
    Note: Numerous tests over the years showed that arrow speeds achieved with my finger release, using a clicker, run 5 fps lower on average, than the arrow speeds with a mechanical release.

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