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    What is a good home bench mounted bow press?

    I was wondering if anyone on here has a bench mounted bow press and what would be a good one to bye? Than you for you're input. This is by far the most informative and helpful forum I have been on.

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    Welcome BrettFess.......I have the Bowmaster portable with split lim adapters and works great for me. Apple makes a good bench mounted press.

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    The bow time machine. Its a press and draw board all in one.

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    The EZ Press would be my choice. I have had one for 3 1/2 years now and really like it.

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    Another vote for EZ press!

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    I want to say thanx for all the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontarget7 View Post
    The EZ Press would be my choice. I have had one for 3 1/2 years now and really like it.
    I will own one of these in the not so distant future....

    I have the Bowmaster portable...It is probably the best thing since sliced bread when you are in a pinch on a hunting trip in the middle of nowhere. For home use, it just plain sucks!!!! .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whisky View Post
    For home use, it just plain sucks!!!! .
    Yep.

    I bought the bowmaster portable so I could install some finger guards on my son's genesis youth bow. I've always wanted to have one for those just in case moments. I didn't read the directions and it turns out you have to buy an adapter for split limb bows. The bowmaster with the adapter was about $90 with tax at Bass Pro and I just couldn't justify the cost. I took the bow up to the archery shop where I bought it and they installed the finger guards for free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whisky View Post
    I will own one of these in the not so distant future....

    I have the Bowmaster portable...It is probably the best thing since sliced bread when you are in a pinch on a hunting trip in the middle of nowhere. For home use, it just plain sucks!!!! .
    Ya, the bowmaster is a little tricky to use especialy with the split limb adaptors.......there are times where it seems you need three hands.

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    Bowmaster will not work on the Destroyer

 

 

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