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Old 02-07-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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Default Shrewd grip for Bowtech/Diamond

I bought one a few weeks ago and finally went to the range with it this afternoon.
Wow, what an improvement over the Bowtech grip from the 2006 Allegiance I have. This is an excellent upgrade/improvement. I had a much more relaxed hold on the grip and I had a noticeable improvement on grouping. The fit and finish is excellent. The grip width is even with the width of the riser where the stock grip was. Perfect...

The grip will fit, as far as I can tell, any Bowtech/Diamond from 2004 to present. I'm going to buy one for my Diamond Victory too.

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I bought one a few weeks ago and finally went to the range with it this afternoon.
Wow, what an improvement over the Bowtech grip from the 2006 Allegiance I have. This is an excellent upgrade/improvement. I had a much more relaxed hold on the grip and I had a noticeable improvement on grouping. The fit and finish is excellent. The grip width is even with the width of the riser where the stock grip was. Perfect...

The grip will fit, as far as I can tell, any Bowtech/Diamond from 2004 to present. I'm going to buy one for my Diamond Victory too.

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are these the grips that somewhat feel rubbery???
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are these the grips that somewhat feel rubbery???
I have one on the Ovation I just got... its nice, thin, very comfy.
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Old 02-07-2007, 10:44 AM   #4
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that does not answer the question.....
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that does not answer the question.....
I felt like it was a loaded question and decided it would be best if I didn't anwser
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Old 02-07-2007, 12:07 PM   #6
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I felt like it was a loaded question and decided it would be best if I didn't anwser
o.k. so i ask everyone but dredly the original question I asked......

read above for the question....
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Old 02-07-2007, 12:52 PM   #7
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are these the grips that somewhat feel rubbery???
No, they are solid machined aluminum.
They are very thin on the sides.

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I guess i need to see one......
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Its hard aluminum, almost like you would be holding onto the riser.

If you want a closeup pic I can take one when I get home tonight
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Its hard aluminum, almost like you would be holding onto the riser.

If you want a closeup pic I can take one when I get home tonight
Yeah, like Dredly said. It basically fills in the void left by the stock grip after you remove it (PITA getting that thing off)...

www.shrewd-one.com used to work but it look like they are either out of business or did not pay up to renew the DNS name... They make/made them for Bowtech, PSE and Mathews bows. I got mine from Keystone Country Store.

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