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    Mathews focus grip

    I have a MQ 32 and it shoot great but the original grip give me trouble with torque
    E-mailed Mathew and asked if the focus grip fits on my MQ 32..... answer yes
    you shooters who have the focus grip did it help you in issue of torque
    thanks



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    It's as helpful as it gets

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    Put one on my Outback and my problems went away just like that. Wish i woulda got one long time ago. Love mine!!
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    tightened up my groups pretty good it did. I will not be going back to the wood grip on my reezen ANYTIME soon.
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    WELL I guess I am 69 buck poorer tomorrow
    thanks

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    If you have torque issue the focus grip will help you a ton. Love mine!!
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    Best put on grip made. I was always an fan of the Apexs and Prestige and own them all and the Focus is a winner........
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    i love mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck4570 View Post
    WELL I guess I am 69 buck poorer tomorrow
    thanks
    Get one from LAS I think they are like 42 bucks or something....
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    Loved mine on the Z...tighter groups and a more consistent grip.

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    Smaller and more consistent contact point on bow,better feel in all weather conditions. Great grip
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    i like how thin the focus is i have big meat paws for hands but like the thin grip better than the wood. i put one on my zx7 and will be putting one on my drenalin real question is will it fit other bows have a few in mind like my 04 bowtech allie

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    Quote Originally Posted by burda1021 View Post
    i like how thin the focus is i have big meat paws for hands but like the thin grip better than the wood. i put one on my zx7 and will be putting one on my drenalin real question is will it fit other bows have a few in mind like my 04 bowtech allie
    I agree I really like the thinner grip. It just makes the bow sit so much better in your hand. It is SO much more comfortable, no wonder it tightens up your groups.
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    I cannot believe the price of those grips. I am a mathews fan but 50 buck for it always seemed a little crazy!

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    I put a shrewd on mine when I had it... made a huge difference, it amazes me how many struggle with the stock grip me included yet it's the same every year it seems, always been a peeve of mine on Matt's bows, I just don't get why he doesn't get it.. it induces hand torque for most ..this is bad ....
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