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Howdy folks:

I wrote an article about adjust 2nd and 3rd axis
for the local newsletter than my archery club publishes,
and took some pictures of my poor man's bow vise.

Figured I should share my pictures with you folks, too.




Just a block of wood.
Drill a 5/16ths inch diameter hole.

Find a 5/16-24 (fine thread) bolt.
Thread the bolt through the block of wood.

Clamp the block of wood to your work table.
Thread the bolt through the hole and use an external tooth lock washer.

Screw the bolt into the front stabilizer hole.

Voila. Poor man's bow vise.








Gosh, my sight extension is long.

When at full draw,
my scope lens is 39-inches away from the peep sight.

:eek:
 

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Very cool N&B. Thats a great idea. I am thinkin I way need to set up somethin like that for my kitchen.

Brilliant!!
 

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I just clamp my old hunting stab into a bench top vise. I'm really lazy:tongue:
 

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Nobody's got an excuse for not having a bow vise now.:) Looks good.
Now about that article you wrote.......
 

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OK I need to make 1 of these ...... Just send me that pretty bow there so I can take........... measurements off it so I can be shure mine will be the same.:wink:


Man seriously that is 1 hot lookin setup you have there!!
 
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