View Poll Results: What would you use?

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  • X-press

    14 46.67%
  • EZ-Press

    16 53.33%
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Thread: Best bow press for a Bowtech Destroyer

  1. #1

    Best bow press for a Bowtech Destroyer

    Looking to make a bow press but I'm not sure what style is best and safest to use on my Destroyer. I have plans for several types but looking for some recommendations.



  2. #2
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    I don't know what is the best, but I would think an EZ-press would work fine, I love the one that I made!
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    I use the x-press on my d-350 and love it .

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    I would go x-press. You can't press it form the limb tips due to how they're made with the axle mounted to the out side. My dealer only recommended using the x-press to me. As much as bows have gotton. I just wouldn't chance it.
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  5. #5
    Both will work but the xpress makes it easier to work on the cams. The fingers on the ezpress can get it the way and make it hard to work on the destroyers. I have a home made power ezpress that works great but the fingers can get in the way sometimes. I am going to build an express soon. You can't own too many presses with all the different bows out on the market.

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    Bow-a-constrictor that it is the best for all bow
    Bow-A-Constrictor ,the ultimate bowpress

    Hamskea, for all their product

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  7. #7
    The NiteHawk press is portable, easy to ues and adjust, and fast. And for about $100 you cant beat that. Check out the video on the websight.
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    apple Eliminator

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    Question for the guys using the x press. Are you using the usl adapters to press the destroyer or pressing without them?
    Mathews Chill X (on order), Hamskea Versa rest, Spot Hogg, Tight Spot, Bee Stinger
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunghit View Post
    Question for the guys using the x press. Are you using the usl adapters to press the destroyer or pressing without them?
    Anyone??
    Mathews Chill X (on order), Hamskea Versa rest, Spot Hogg, Tight Spot, Bee Stinger
    Bowtech Experience, TT Smackdown pro, Spot Hogg, Tight Spot, Bee Stinger
    Bowtech Tribute - Dads last bow now retired

  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by lunghit View Post
    Question for the guys using the x press. Are you using the usl adapters to press the destroyer or pressing without them?
    Without.

  12. #12
    We have both, and the EZ press works better on the destroyer.

  13. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by archeryhunterME View Post
    I don't know what is the best, but I would think an EZ-press would work fine, I love the one that I made!
    Do you have any pictures of your press? I also am looking for more plans if you still have any

  14. #14
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    When I bought my 340 the shop said they were told to use either the ez press or the x-press, the guy at the shop said he would rather use the x-press. Also go onto u-tube and check out changing the string and cables from bowtech and they're using the x-press.

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