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I am in the process of building a compound bow and I need to know what type of grip is prefered by most. Is it a narrow throat wood grip or straight off the riser with sideplates? You Bowtech & Mathews guys are going to love this bow. I will post a picture and all the specs in a week. Oh by the way, it has a 29" riser.
 

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I like narrow...off the riser like the Hoyts, Martins, and Merlins.
 

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i can ONLY shoot a new 2003 Hoyt Protec grip. Less grip the better. you could stick a piece of Scotch Tape on my grip and I'd torque my shot into the next lane...:eek:
 

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29" riser - this thing's gonna be a beauty. If it's 34" ATA it's going to take parallel limbs to a new dimension, if it's longer then I suspect it'll be a killer spot bow...
 
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I really like the merlin grip the best even though I don't shoot the bow, I think it has the best grip. Next in line would be the Cougar III, Scepter III and all Hoyts. The wooden Mathews grips are ones I definately do not care for.
 

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My ultratec's grip is awesome. I think its the added support of the thumb contour. The ridge rests just in the right spot.
 

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Here's a vote for the Hoyt RazorTech grip - very narrow. I lkike it much better than the Mathews (LX, SQ2) and Browning (Ambush) grips. It just fits my smaller-sized hand better.
 
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