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Discuss Win & Win Inno Ex-Power at the Recurve Bow within Archery Interchange Forums; Looking for recommendations for a riser to go with Win & Win Inno Ex-power limbs. ...
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    Win & Win Inno Ex-Power

    Looking for recommendations for a riser to go with Win & Win Inno Ex-power limbs. I'm 5'4", have a 24" draw length and the limbs are 32#. I compete in the collegiate basic bow competitions in the US. I was given the limbs, but need a good (inexpensive) riser.
    Thanks!

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    Do you have more info on the basic bow category?

    Also, what length of limbs are they as that's quite a short draw length you have.

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    Hi Mark,
    The basic bow category allows for only the bow, string, arrow rest and weights. No sights, stabilizers, clickers, etc are allowed. We shoot at distances from 18-55 meters, both target and 3D.
    The limbs are 66"
    Thanks in advance for any insight you can provide.

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    Hi Athena34,

    Given your draw length I'd suggest that a 23 inch riser (or shorter) would be more appropriate than 25 inches. I think that this and your budget will mean that you are limited in your choices. If you can run to around $300 you can get a Seb Flute Forged Plus at Lancaster Archery (i hope I can mention them on here) which is a well-regarded riser: SF Archery Forged Plus 23" Recurve Riser

    As an alternative you might want to ask around on Trad Talk or Archery Talk to see if anyone has a second hand riser going cheap or can make some recommendations based on what is available Stateside (we are largely UK based on this forum).

    I hope you get sorted soon and wish you good shooting.

    Best,
    Backinblack

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    Hi Athena34,

    Given your draw length I'd suggest that a 23 inch riser (or shorter) would be more appropriate than 25 inches. I think that this and your budget will mean that you are limited in your choices. If you can run to around $300 you can get a Seb Flute Forged Plus at Lancaster Archery (i hope I can mention them on here) which is a well-regarded riser: SF Archery Forged Plus 23" Recurve Riser

    As an alternative you might want to ask around on Trad Talk or Archery Talk to see if anyone has a second hand riser going cheap or can make some recommendations based on what is available Stateside (we are largely UK based on this forum).

    I hope you get sorted soon and wish you good shooting.

    Best,
    Backinblack

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    Thank you Backinblack,
    Lancaster recommended the exact same riser, but they don't have it available in left hand.
    I appreciate the help!
    Best to you,
    Athena34
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