- Bow Lube
- Bow Vice
- Allen Keys
- Bow Weighing Scales
- Compound Bow Press
- Bracing Height Gauge
- Training Aids
- Tuning Aids
Archery Specific Heavy Duty Set of keys. Sizes 1/4, 7/32, 3/16, 5/32, 9/64, 1/8, 7/64, 3/32, 5/64 all in Inches.
Cushion handle with vanadium steel keys: Torx T9 T10 T15 T20 T25 T27 T30 T40
Power Cord comes in different draw weights and you should choose one lighter than your bows draw weight. About half to threequarters of your bow weight will allow the bowstring to move forward as you loose, but still cushion the release so you dont dry fire your bow
As the name suggests, a rigid connection from elbow cup to bow string allows you to set up the best shop position and avoid bad form. You can adjust the length of the device to suit you; and to get the position of bow arm, shoulder, and anchor point alignment.
Code: QA43Out of Stock: Will be backordered for you
Designed to develop the muscles used in shooting. Really useful tool for keeping in shape. This Basic Exerciser does not include the Extra Weight Bars shown fitted to it in the picture, they are extra if you want to replicate the weight of the bow in hand.
The smaller weight shown of 1.5 lbs of extra weight that attaches to the Exerciser on a bar.
The Larger weight shown of 3.9 lbs of extra weight that attaches to the Exerciser on a bar.
Aid designed to practise drawing with back tension, the elbow cup attaches via a strap and hook to the bowstring directly. The archer can feel the draw by pulling the elbow back. Good to get everything lined up too. Can be adjusted to a variety of draw lengths
Paperback by Larry Wise. Well known Pro compound shot in USA and good teacher of how to shoot well with a compound. Freshly updated. The info is good and teaches the principles of how to set up a compound for the most forgiving shooting.
These fit over limbs and can show the straightness of limb alignment. Available for Recurve width and Compound Single piece limbs. A useful tool for tuning and set up, but beware of false readings when the limbs are not sitting straight in the riser.
Find the Balance point of your arrows. Be sure they are all the same in a set, and know what Forward of Centre balance point you are shooting.