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I want to get a bow scale that I can preferrably use in my draw board. Two of them that I was looking at are the Apple spring style and the Coffey digital scale sold at www.bowhunterssuperstore.com. Links are posted at bottom. I was wondering if anyone has good/bad experiences with either? Would the digital be more accurate than the spring. Will the Coffey allow me to measure both max pull weight and letoff weight (most digitals save the weight on the screen which won't show final letoff)? Coffey description sounds like it will, but would like some feedback of actual users. Any other suggestions are appreciated, and best prices where to get them.

Apple:
http://www.bowhunterssuperstore.com/apple-trading-company-spring-scale-p-8623.html

Coffey:
http://www.bowhunterssuperstore.com/coffey-draw-weight-scale-p-377.html
 

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For a draw board neither of the two mentioned, but between the two the spring scale would work better. I have a Coffey digital scale. It works ok if you put your bow on it and pull down consistantly, but as soon as you stop for a second it will record and hold that weight. Do a search of "draw boards". Most are recomending a "Pelouse" digital scale; I think the model # is 7810, but not certain. They do not have the hold feature (or you can turn it off).
 
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