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Published by Steady Form on 20 Sep 2012

New Product Steady Form

Love your thoughts and any questions you may have about the Steady Form Torque Eliminator

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The Torque Eliminator

               To avoid torque, the enemy of accurate aim, you know you need to keep your bow arm rock steady. Steady Form’s Torque Eliminator System is all you need to dramatically improve your accuracy, each and every time you aim, whether you’re facing a prey animal or a competitive target.

          The secret lies in Steady Form’s seven points of adjustment for a customized fit –a comfortable fit you create yourself, with just a few adjustments—and one that will make it feel as if your bow is an extension of your arm. Your good, steady arm.

 

          Steady Form’s innovative and unique patent pending design is Aircraft grade, ultra-light aluminum. This100% anodized accessory was created and designed to fit every bow.

 

How does it work?

 

The Steady Form system simply mounts to your bow or on your own string stopper rod. This system comes complete with a custom mounting bracket, fastener, ultra-lite rod, two Allen wrenches and the patented pending Steady Form accessory.

The customized designed bracket adjusts for right or left-handed shooters and adjusts for perfect comfort. Once installed, with just a few simple adjustments you’re “locked in,” and will feel truly at one with your bow, with more confidence than you’ve ever experienced.

 

Steady Form provides an additional anchor point to dramatically improve your comfort, stance, form, and accuracy. You’ll gain an increase in performance within just a few rounds of shooting and be so impressed with the results, you’ll wonder how you ever got along before without this new, essential accessory for all serious archers.

 Check us out at www.steadyform.com

                                                   So get ready, get steady,

 improve your aim and get “Locked In” today with

Steady Form

Torque Eliminator System!

 

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Published by Double s on 01 Apr 2011

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Published by Ryan Grand Pre on 02 Jan 2011

Late 60s Early 70s Fred Bear Kodiak Special Compound Bow

I have a fred Bear Kodiak Special Compound Bow That was made in Grayling, Michigan late 60s Earliy 70s. Need to know what it is worth?? any idea would help.

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Published by seanb912 on 24 Dec 2010

hypershock 2? or 2 3/4?

I’m Buying a new 2010 pse omen 70# bow. I have decided on the hypershocks because of their cutting diameter, good design and seemingly durable design. I cannot decide between getting the hypershocks 2″ or 2 3/4″. The 2″ design seems more durable by picture on the website . (Left Click the text to look at both designs on the website) With that said I would like the larger cutting diameter. I also think the omen will produce enough kinetic energy to create a good percentage of large exit holes with either broadhead length(I will be hunting black bear). Thoughts? experiences? Thank you happy holidays

 

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