Yeah, what he said. I've been using the same one with my Reflex Highlander. $38 at Cabela's plus $16 for the split limb adapters. Works great. One thing I do with it is, when tightening it down, I put a small piece of cardboard between the bowpress assembly and the bow's string and cables so that the threads of the press bolt don't rub on them.urabus said:bowmasters protable press with split limb adapters?
it works great on my trykon.
Really? Why? I've been using this thing for over 5 years and it's great for making simple repairs, replacing strings and cables, installing peeps, etc. I've never had a malfunction with my Bowmaster. What's your experience with it?robertyb said:Get a Bowmender from WWAG on here. I sold my bowmaster after getting my Bowmender. There is no comparison. The bowmaster is an accident waiting to happen.
Ed Bock said:The stuff on the Bowmender sounds interesting - would like to check further - so, WWAG, how do I contact you? I think I did the search correctly - but, who iknows!