Anyhow, it’s having the same problems I’ve always had with this design. Using normal pulleys and cocking I have reached up to 130 pounds in draw weight which is what I’m looking for but once I moved to actual cam testing I was getting figures lower than 30 pounds. No matter what I did to change the eccentrics of the cam I would not achieve anything higher than 30 pounds.
As you can see the limbs are definitely not weak. They’re made from a 5/16” thick leaf spring which is really a poor choice but meh it’s all I have that would fit the bill.
Is this something that is common when using cams? I don’t have a picture of my cams but they are the same as those used in any other reverse draw build.