David contributed much more than groundbreaking das riser designs. He also made a lot of other cool stuff. I would like to start this thread as a tribute to his lesser known and unique archery products.
Here is my first contribution: Hoyt gamemaster ilf conversion buttons with fibre reinforced rubber silencing limb pads. Blew my mind when I randomly got these! Wish I had a gamemaster.
Does anyone have pictures of the machined aluminum strikeplates for g1/2 risers. I had one and thought it was great but don't have pictures anymore. Here is das shorty plunger...there must be more interesting david things that I have not heard about
pretty impressive RARE old bow you show there NIKKO. Nice to see it getting used. Yeh I like the SRF sights too, and the shorty DAS plungers.
I have a question, do you & others have a secret with the front-mounted SRF sight, how to keep it from moving in the slot, or getting twisted to not straight/vertical?
HARD for me to crank it down tight enough to "stay put". It's a mental thing, I tend to over-do things, so I don't put the meats to it so as not to damage it.
I like the brackets David made for the TRIBUTE risers that mount SRF sight on belly side, kind of cool. RUSTY CRAINE used to roll his own brackets for belly side SRF sight.