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    Bow Press for Reezen?

    I'm looking to get a press that will work for the Reezen. Is it acceptable to press one having rollers on the inside at the end of the riser and one on the outside end of the limb or should the both be on the limb?



    Thanks for the input!


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    If your going to do much work on your bows go ahead and spend the money and get a X-Press. It works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Extra260 View Post
    I'm looking to get a press that will work for the Reezen. Is it acceptable to press one having rollers on the inside at the end of the riser and one on the outside end of the limb or should the both be on the limb?

    Thanks for the input!
    both on the limb or 2 on the limb.....look in the classefieds at, Omni's 2 presses and also sootballs press. I got a Omni benchpress and have pressed a bunch of bows with it...gonna try my bowmadness next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5 Rivers View Post
    If your going to do much work on your bows go ahead and spend the money and get a X-Press. It works.
    sure if he gonna spend a ton of cash ..just get a EZ press...or he might as well by a bowmaster portable for 50 bucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SET THE HOOK View Post
    sure if he gonna spend a ton of cash ..just get a EZ press...or he might as well by a bowmaster portable for 50 bucks.
    +1 on the EZ press....those are sweet presses....
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    I use a Hydrapress XL.
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    EZ Press

    Quote Originally Posted by Chromie View Post
    +1 on the EZ press....those are sweet presses....
    x2 for the EZ Press. I can press any bow out there and it is simple and painless...though I would say EZ did you not? The fingers can be adjusted and it will press beyond parallel as I can attest as I have pressed my M6 on numerous occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWGray View Post
    I use a Hydrapress XL.

    X2, but next year I'm thinking a XPress with the limb tip adaptors! I know it's expensive, but I should have bought it first!
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    Ez or xpress are great.Read your owners manual and it will show you how to take out the HD and rubber in the riser to press with xpress.
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    sootballs press . works well on my reezen . and many other bows .
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    Check out the Bow-A-Constrictor from buckeye Archery Solutions. Pm Frank he is the owner. His screen name isDBLlungIT.

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    again if you are going to do minimal work, i have an omni and it presses my reezen fine, and for the $ can't beat it.

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    Bowpress

    Well for the money, the pacpress will do it all.. $300 and its easy to add a draw board attacment.

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    I built this one and it works great for parallel and for regular limb I've got a Trykon with parallel limbs and reflex buckskin that is not even close to parallel and it works great for both of them. It was really easy to make and it's kind of like the x presses. Lots of adjustment and it was very cheap to make
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    Smile press

    Do yourself a favor. Go to www.nitehawkarchery.com and look at the Nite Hawk Press. You can watch the video and see how easy it is to use.

    It presses at the tips of the limbs, needs no adapter, presses down the center of the limbs.

    It is recomended by Mathews.

    It is also portable and cost less then $100.00

    Take a look before you decide.

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