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How many of you like it and how many have switched it out, if so for what?

I like to get my knuckle slightly above the arrow shelf, and the flatback grip looks like it makes that too impractical.

so shooting with side plates maybe be best option for this, or I have a shrewd standard grip will this fit?
 

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I changed mine to a shrewd. The me of the first things I changed.


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The flat back is not to bad but im a fan of wide grip.

I had this one custom 3D printed its a true 1" wide .


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ok thanks guys, anyone else struggle with the flatback? maybe I will have to shoot straight off the riser
 

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BOY ARE YOU IN LUCK!!!!


https://www.etsy.com/shop/UltraViewLLC?ref=l2-shopheader-name


Mine came in last week! LOVING IT!!!! In addition to it being an interchangeable grip angle system, it also extends the arrow shelf!!!

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ok thanks some interesting products you have there. one of the Hoyts ones you have would be better I think

actually I would need something like Bowhuntnky's post ie no thing obstructing me getting finger slightly over shelf. also if there is too much riser/grip just above the throat it will also stop me getting finger high enough.
 
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