Bow Jaws™ Treestand Platform Universal Bow Holder System
The Bow Jaws Treestand Platform Universal Bow Holder System mounts directly to platform to keep your bow out front, ready to shoot.
Manufacturer model #: 002039.
Rated 2 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bonica You had one job... Look at bow stand at store. Keep $20 in pocket. Go shooting. Place bow on ground. Now you have the exact same result as if you had bought this piece of junk, but you also have $20 in your pocket. I wish I had done this. April 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by GreyMan doesn't lock I have been able to tighten this enough so that it locks my bow in place. The top part rotates, so I have to lean my bow against the treestand or it will fall. Which completely defeats the purpose. This thing just does not work. January 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Steele Great Product Bow Jaws is the best bow holder I've ever used. I have 6 treestands and 4 ground blinds I hunt out of and with the Universal holder I simply have the bases in place at each of the stands and blinds and attach the universal when I get there. I did add a flat round washer to the base between the wingnut and lock washer that makes it easy to tighten and loosen the bases when I need to. It's great to use this bow holder because it doesn't have to mount to the side of the treestand. You can mount it anywhere you want. And it's the only ground blind bow holder that won't tip over because of the square no-tip base. January 1, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by DHag Won't Hold Anything I liked the idea of having multiple bases for different stands, and being able to move the holder from stand to stand with just a push of a button. The problem is, it won't hold your bow. The base is held to the stand by a simple mechanism using a bolt stud and wing nut. A wing nut usually means "no tools needed." I'm a big guy who works out with weights, but all my strength was not enough to tighten the base to the stand. The base will not hold solid on the stand unless the wing nut is cranked down hard with a large pair of pliers. The holder slides onto the base and is locked in place with a spring button. The holder sits loose on the base and rattles when bumped or when putting the bow in or taking the bow out. The holder fork is held to the arm with a bolt stud and a large plastic-handled wing nut. Again, this should mean "no tools needed." But like the wing nut on the base, all my strength was not enough to make the fork stay in place when the bow was put in it. I finally used a large channel-lock plier to tighten it, until I was afraid the plastic handle would break. This made the fork tight enough to hold the bow in place. This worked for about three minutes once I was up in the stand and placed my bow in the holder. Then the fork rotated forward and I barely caught my bow before it could fall 20 feet to the ground. This product fails on every level-- mounting, quietness, solidity, and function. October 31, 2009
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