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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    And Why is that?

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    Pulling on the limbs can put stress. Limb tips is just not where I want to attach to the limbs.
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    I haven't seen a compound bow that the Sure-Loc X-press couldn't handle.

    I have used other presses, and depending on the bow... I can't help but sometimes get the feeling something ain't right , riser stress etc.


    My vote is for the X-press

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Pulling on the limbs can put stress. Limb tips is just not where I want to attach to the limbs.
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    DB, I think you know without telling you that the limb tips are where a Bow is designed to take the stress/pressure of flexing and not from pressure below the cams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    DB, I think you know without telling you that the limb tips are where a Bow is designed to take the stress/pressure of flexing and not from pressure below the cams.

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    I dont agree and atleast a few agree with me. Ill keep my Sureloc for good reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I dont agree and atleast a few agree with me. Ill keep my Sureloc for good reasons.
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    You don't agree the limb tips are designed to take the stress of being flexed? I sure hope they are! That's where all the pressure is when you shoot

    Nothing wrong with a SureLoc Xpress that's for sure.

    The EZ Press is also a Great press

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    You don't agree the limb tips are designed to take the stress of being flexed? I sure hope they are! That's where all the pressure is when you shoot

    Nothing wrong with a SureLoc Xpress that's for sure.

    The EZ Press is also a Great press

    Dan
    Local dealer from my town bought two Xpresses while there. One for crossbows and one for regular bows. Either work and often its just like bows which works best for you. I would take that $4000.00 dollar press over anything I have seen. If I had MeanV2 money
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Local dealer from my town bought two Xpresses while there. One for crossbows and one for regular bows. Either work and often its just like bows which works best for you. I would take that $4000.00 dollar press over anything I have seen. If I had MeanV2 money
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    DB, If you had my money you couldn't even Pay attention

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