Is this a good bow vise

Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Southernfryedyankee, Oct 28, 2007.

  1. Southernfryedyankee

    Southernfryedyankee Senior Member

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    I found it for 19.95 plus $9 shipping I was thinking about ordering one.
     
  2. Chris

    Chris Administrator Staff Member

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    If you found this for $19.95, please send me a the link.
    I use an apple that looks almost identical and is like $80
     

  3. Dens228

    Dens228 Senior Member

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    I have that exact one, it works fine.

    Chris, I'll send you a PM about it.
     
  4. BUNNYMAN

    BUNNYMAN I pray for you!

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    thats what I was thinking:noidea:
     
  5. Southernfryedyankee

    Southernfryedyankee Senior Member

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    I just ordered 1 I am going to try to build my workbench today
     
  6. Maybee-R

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    do you have a link for those?
     
  7. Maybee-R

    Maybee-R Member

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    Never mind I found them on Bowhunters superstore for $29
     
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  8. I use the same one - only complaint is the knob to tighten would be faster if it was a triange or quad shaped, but if works well...
     
  9. Southernfryedyankee

    Southernfryedyankee Senior Member

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    thats where I just bought mine
     
  10. jcmorgan31

    jcmorgan31 Prodigal Son

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    I have the exact one. Works great for me too..... :peace:
     
  11. timberghost

    timberghost Senior Member

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    I have one that is similar. I like it, however.

    1. The t-knobs are too small and when you use enough pressure to tighten enough to hold the bow securely, it hurts. I replaced mine with hex head cap screws and use a allan wrench to tighten.

    2. The only thing clamping the bow are the two rods by the black knob. The bow limb just rests against the top part and will lift off sometimes when working on your bow.

    3. Buy a threaded rod that will screw into your riser where the stabilizer goes. Put a nut on the rod and screw it into the riser and tighten the nut against the riser. Slip the rod into the clamp body and tighten. You can then work on your bow from both sides without removing it from the clamp.

    It works good for me.
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