At home bow shop.

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    I snapped some crappy pics of mine last night. It's small but it works good.

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    When needed, press is attached with a pair of C-clamps. Works great. :tu:

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    Oh that is an old pic I have expanded by far :biggrin:
     
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    i just got my mini wrench for the draw board.

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    Looks great! Nothing better then having a shop in the garage!


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    Well got the rest of everything today and my new strings for my carbon defiant time to restring and tune.
     
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    What wench is that? Do s it have a good brake? Looks like one of the better ones I've seen.


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    If you don't know, what you need are a set of his strings and cables! Superb quality.


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    I don't have any pics since moving, but getting my own tools and working on my own bows has been a great investment. I use an LCA press and their draw board attachment to save space. My shooting and confidence has increased because I know my bows are tuned properly and I can make any change any time I need to without driving to a shop.
     
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    nice shop
     
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    I used to have a pretty sweet shop in my basement. We had a fire at the house back in December of 2009 and everything was lost to smoke damage. I never got around to replacing any of it until recently due to having two young kids and time not being on my side to tinker with bows and travel for tournaments like I did before the kids.

    I have rebuilt it somewhat but I have not replaced the bow press or chronograph. Would like to get another press and draw board but won't replace the chrono.



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    If his is the ArcheryDezigns, which I think it is, it's a superb wench. I bought the whole draw board apparatus from ArcheryDezigns (Outsider on AT). I love it. You just crank it and let go whenever you want and it just stops. Don't have to worry about it getting away from you. The whole apparatus comes with the bow holder rod as well. I like it because it's adjustable. Measure from the throat of the grip to arrow and set your bow holder on the corresponding number. That way when you draw the bow doesn't tilt on you.

    If you buy the whole package at $150 it comes with the wench, adjustable bow holder, neoprene strap, safety caribiner - whole deal. I also like that it's more of a ratchet type strap instead of a string like the LCA draw board. Fits right into the EZ green.
     
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