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    Default New Bow Presses???

    Thinking about upgrading bow presses I have a Apple Pro and I am thinking maybe a X-press, most of the parallel limb bows now I have to use my bow master portable versus the main press

    Any Ideas or “actual experiences” with the generation bows and presses??
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    We have the EZ-press (Last Chance) at the shop and have had 0 problems with it.....

    the X press is nice, but takes a bit longer to set up on an individial bow bases....
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    i'm with bunny the ez-press is way better and faster to use for any bow. you can get it in manual crank or motorized if you need it. they have fingers that are made specially for mathews and the string suppressors they have on the limbs.

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    A nice looking press thanks for the info
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    PM jimposten on here. I believe he made a couple of the same style presses as the EZ draw that he's selling for under $300. I have an EZ press and love it!

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    E.L.P by L.A. Archery Supply.

    All our shops around here use them.. most have 2 of them!

    http://laarcherysupply.com/Products.html

    you can contact NMP on archerytalk.. hes the owner and maker of the presses!

    He is a Rep for PSE.. and if you was at Metropolis ASA Pro/Am he had a few presses at the PSE boothe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    We have the EZ-press (Last Chance) at the shop and have had 0 problems with it.....

    the X press is nice, but takes a bit longer to set up on an individial bow bases....

    +1 on the EZ Press.
    I have 3 parallel limb bows to take care of, and have had zero problems with this press. 1st time I used it, I was a little concerned about the bow staying in place, but it held my Bowtech Captain with that "slick" Invelvet with no problem. Get the manual version.....it's cheaper.

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