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    Default Grips for Switchback XT

    Is there a way where i can get a different grip for my switchback XT that isnt so bulky because i like really small grips and i dont know where to order or get them?
    Mathews Switchback XT
    Sure-loc Supreme
    Viper Scope 4x
    Cartel Stabillizer
    Scott little goose deluxe release
    Ripcord rest

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    There are afew peoplemaking grips...
    here's one...http://www.johnsongrips.com/
    Also Tronjo on AT...Hartl Custom Grip
    Last edited by brokenarrow; 02-19-2007 at 03:37 PM.


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    Shrewd and Loesh check them out.

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    Torqueless and Hydrapress on the Mathews site make them. On archerytalk Tronjo and Crackers have them also.

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    I like the shrewd hi grip i think its called.
    Mathews Switchback XT
    Sure-loc Supreme
    Viper Scope 4x
    Cartel Stabillizer
    Scott little goose deluxe release
    Ripcord rest

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    I love my grip from Torqueless.com, Got the Medium Wrist w/ the Comp. Nose. It's awesome, left and right misses are gone altogether, I don't even glance at my sight level anymore, I know it's level! Lots of color options to choose from too. I got the Silver/Oak/Black, looks great on my XT.
    Last edited by BuckeyeRed; 01-06-2010 at 01:01 PM.

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    I like my Loeshe(sp), cause it has wedges so you can change it around. I have a pic of mine, I'll find it and post it. I also like Tronjo grips, they are really nice. Tronjo will engrave your name on it if you want, and he is cheap!
    The Loeshe is about $95 and the Tronjo is about $55 with your name on it.

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    Here is a pic of my Loeshe. See the wedge looking thing, they come with different ones so you can custom fit it.
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    I have a Shrewd grip on my '06 BT Allegiance. I put it on a few weeks ago. I like it a lot, much better than stock. The new BT grips are a lot nicer than the pre-'07 grips.

    You can normally see them on www.shrewd-one.com but it looks like their DNS name is up for sale...

    I got mine at www.keystonecountrystore.com. They carry ones for BT and Mathews.

    Ron

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    I just ordered a comp high. I hope I can tell a difference.

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