Yesterday I was at the indoor range where I shoot in Jacksonville, FL and I met a very determined man and could use a little advice on how to help him. The guy had a stroke and is paralyzed on his right side. He has full use of his left arm but his right arm is paralyzed (he can walk and talk). He bought a Hoyt Protec and the guys set him up with a movable sight. They put a piece of leather at the nocking point for him to bite and pull with his teeth. The bow is currently set at 40 pounds draw. The man is a very determined man and although he'd only had a bow for a week, wants to shoot in the Veteran's Wheelchair Olympics next June. I know there have to be other methods of drawing a bow other than using his teeth. Others have sesarched the net and have found one system, but I am sure that some of you have come across archers who can only use one arm. I'd like to help the guy. He plans to go to the Olympics because "They said I'd never make it" I am looking forward to working with him and helping him as the year progresses. Any input is appreciated.