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.bowmaster looks more portable and easier to mount on the bow...and I can get the bowmaster from local shop.
Yes you can use it. The standard L brackets will fit.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?
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!!!Check out the Nighthawk, in my opinion (which don't mean much..lol) it is a better option.