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I guess it is ok since they said it can press parallel limbs...
which kind of Split Limb L Brackets should I buy?standard or wide?

Any other affordable and portable bow presss are recommended?
 

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I'm curious about this as well, almost bought one the other day...but wasn't positive it would work.
 

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I'm pretty sure with the brackets it can be used on any Hoyt.


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Check out the Nighthawk, in my opinion (which don't mean much..lol) it is a better option.
 

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bowmaster looks more portable and easier to mount on the bow...and I can get the bowmaster from local shop.
I agree it probaly is easier to set up and certainly is small, I was just thinking the Nighthawk will do past parallel bows that the Bowmaster will not, making it a bit more versatile.
 

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I guess it is ok since they said it can press parallel limbs...
which kind of Split Limb L Brackets should I buy?standard or wide?

Any other affordable and portable bow presss are recommended?
Yes you can use it. The standard L brackets will fit.

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Check out the Nighthawk, in my opinion (which don't mean much..lol) it is a better option.
I had a Bowmaster, and it worked well on the bows I had, then I got some PSEs and a Mathews Z7, the bowmaster wouldnt work on them, I sold the Bowmaster and bought a Nite Hawk it will press many bows that the Bowmaster will not press safely, great press and outstanding customer service IMHO!!!
 

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Hoyts actually press far easier than many other bows.
 
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