Picked up a lobo riser with a jaeger low grip, Lancaster Archery shows a wood grip on the riser, just wondering if anyone has a wood low grip they are willing to part with or know where I can get one, tried Lancaster with no luck.
Recently, I have had difficulties with my string coming off of the inner portion of my sleeve. It is more evident when I wear a jacket of any kind. I never had a problem with this until a few weeks ago. I know that my grip is just right. I haven't made any adjustments to that from when...
I've been toying with different string grip techniques for fun and wondered what the advantages disadvantages were? I seem to like the tertiary draw (two fingers under and pinch the nock), the arrow wants to come off the shelf sometimes but i think I could beat this with practice. I feel like...
Wondering if anyone has one of these grips in a parts bin or back of the bench.
Any other places I might ask around?
Bob Gordon used a bit of shoe goo to hold the Hoyt grips in place and I've seen double sided tape as well. What's yours?
Might do a tennis wrap if I can't find one.
Hey guys just picked up a gillo ghost here. Girlfriend claimed it as soon as she seen it. Worked out real good for me, I got my dryad limbs back. She doesn’t like the grip, so is there any other brands of grips that would fit. Thanks Jay
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I'm in the market for a wood grip for my lefty Gen2 riser. Mainly looking for suggestions. I have been in contact with Loesch. I would have to send my riser to him.
Does anyone know of other grips that are available that will fit the Gen2?
As of late, thinking of possibly getting a Bob Lee and wondeing if anyone has had any experience with both a 17" & 19" riser. I understand that the 17" has a slightly smaller grip so I was just looking for some opinions. I have always favored grips that arent blocky or too large in the throat...
Oops, I did something today.
Sent my tribute to Aris owner of R-core grips so he will have the pattern of the tribute riser for future grips.
Bad thing is he’s in Greece and shipping is going to take forever.