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I want to replace the stock grip on my Mathews Switchback. I have been shooting a few different bows and decided I really dislike my grip. I have been to the torqueless web site and they talk about 3 wrist positions and 3 different noses. How do I decide what wrist style I want, I am thinking Medium or low?
What is the pros and cons of different nose sizes?

Thanks for some advice.
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Now i bought two medium Bow grips.From a well known Texas bow grip,company.Took them off.
I now used on my Rival Pro.The brown material, you buy from Wal Marts.in a square for the bottom of chair legs. Mine has been on my Rival Pro. for 3 years now.No sweat no slippage. [Later
 

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Check with Jaeger grips. Paul makes an awesome grip! You will be impressed!
 

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+1!!! They are awesome grips!! I use them on both of my S4's. Give Paul a call. God bless:)

Check with Jaeger grips. Paul makes an awesome grip! You will be impressed!
 

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I just installed one of these on my XT and it feels just right. Nice and slender with a low wrist position. It's ambidextrous too. All for about $22.00

Hicks is the brand and their available at LAS.













 

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I was having the same issue on which style. I took off the grip and just shot it off the riser. If you can shoot it off the riser that is considering low wrist a stock Mathews grip is medium. I went with a torqueless low wrist comp nose. I have not had a chance to install it on my bow yet. I'm very impressed with the quality of the product and the speed in which is in my hand.

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