Bowmaster™ Portable Bow Press
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- Durable portable bow press
- No additional tools required
- Adapts to any bow length
- Fits all conventional compounts
- Precise adjustment via jackscrew
- Split limb adapter available
Lets you easily replace strings or cables, install peep sight, or adjust draw length. The "T"-handle Jack allows easy use in the field with no additional tools required (a 5/8" hex head also permits use of a wrench or socket driver). A jackscrew allows precise adjustment. Multiple stop cable adapts to any bow length while plastic covered 3/8" rod ends fit all conventional compounds. Tough all-metal construction.
NOTE: To use this press on a split limb bow, you must also have the Bowmaster Split Limb Adapter Brackets which are sold separately.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5 out of 5 by GLOutlaw Great Little Press
For the money you can't beat it! I wanted something to be able to carry in the bag just-in-case. It is easy to use and works as advertised. It's not a replacement for a full press to take a bow completely down.
March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by RidgeK Easiest press I have ever used
This press makes it quick and easy to make changes to your bow in the field or if you just don't have the room for a full size press. Not once did I think I could break it or damage my bow. I used it on a few friends bows and they could not believe how easy and quick I could change their components out.
November 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Billybob912 Great for the field
This is the best little bow press u can find that that works in the field and at home when u want to change a sting or put in a peep. Its compact and it works on the older model bows as well as the new bowsand u cant beat the price.
August 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by motorcyclist Very Handy Tool
I was able to use this tool just once since I was in the middle of some bow string repairs when I ordered/received the Bowmaster Portable Bow Press.
This is a very compact, handy tool that will have a permanent home in my archery tool pouch. It is handy to have a bow vise of some sort (or a method of holding the bow with the string up) so both hands can be used to string the cable and position the tensioning mechanism.
My only criticism is the small leather patches that are intended to prevent a cable induced groove at the base of the limb fork. I would recommend a couple of short, thick walled, reinforced rubber tubing pieces threaded onto the cable during manufacturing instead (they would always be with the tool that way and easy to position). The leather pieces are difficult to position properly and are eventually going to get lost.
Otherwise, no issues. Great tool at a very attractive price. I would highly recommend this press.
July 2, 2013
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