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I am planning on getting a Stealh SS with the AccuDraw, but want a standard inexpensive rope cocker as a primary cocker\backup. I plan to use the AccuDraw only when the rope cocker is not practical to use, in the stand, etc.. Is this going to be a hassle? Will I need to relocate\move the Accudraw claw to use a rope cocker? Thanks!
 

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That is a very good question that I also have! I like to use the rope cocker when not in the stand and a 'backup' is important.
 

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The othe option is to pull the claw out of its holder in the stock and lay it back towards the butt. There is a groove in the stock that is for a cocking rope right behind the trigger so it works fine...
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Hmmmm! Maybe I'm confused (likely), but how can the same rope be used for both of the previously described cocking methods? I really like the traditional 'groove in stock' method but would not that same rope have to be very long to also be used around the butt stock?
 

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Billy, most rope cockers come with long ropes you cut to length. You couldn't use the same rope in both places, just decide which you like better and cut to length. I have a rope cocker coming with mine as a backup in case the accu50 breaks mid season and I will use the grove in the stock. If I ever have to use it :)
 
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