Must Have Field Bow Repair Tools

Must Have Field Bow Repair Tools
Check out these must have tools for repairing in the field bows.


Easton's Pro Archery Pliers ($21.99) are perfect for those small repairs that require a little finesse. Constructed of stainless steel with a comfortable grip, these needle-nose pliers have a nock set crimper and remover, a D-loop stretcher, and sharp side cutters for snipping off the tag ends of serving threads.


CONTACT: Easton Technical Products, 801/539-1400, www.eastonarchery.com

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Nite Hawk Archery's Portable Bow Press ($99.99) will press every current bow design, and it will even adjust so you can get around the String Suppressor brackets on Mathews bows. Weighing 25 oz., it has two frames that clamp to your bow's limbs with pressure points that you adjust to wherever you want them. Connecting the frames is an adjustable strap. With everything in place, simply rotate the large rubberized turnbuckle to press the bow.

CONTACT: Nite Hawk Archery, 952/854-3530, www.nitehawkarchery.com


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Pine Ridge Archery's Archer's Allen Wrench Set ($9.95) is a tool you should have on every bowhunt. Whether backing out limb bolts, adjusting your sight or rest, tightening your quiver, etc., odds are you'll find the right Allen for the job in this compact set. Wrench sizes include .050", 1⁄16", 5⁄64", 3⁄32", 7⁄64", 1⁄8", 9⁄64", 5⁄32", and 3⁄16".

CONTACT: Pine Ridge Archery, 1-877-746-7434, www.pineridgearchery.com

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Prototech Industries' Bowmaster Portable Bow Press ($49.95) is as small a portable press as you are going to find; an attractive feature, especially for wilderness bowhunts. It has a steel cable that attaches in the fork of your limbs or, in the case of split-limb bows, to a Quad Limb Bracket that slips over the limb tips. The cable is drawn up by a jackscrew to press the limbs.

CONTACT: Prototech Industries, Inc., 1-800-523-3109, www.prototechind.com

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Ram Products' Ratchet-Loc Bow Press ($79.95) is another highly portable model weighing 2.5 lbs. After pulling the pin to separate its two brackets, place the brackets around the limbs with the rubber-coated bars on either side. A ratchet strap connecting the brackets is used to press the limbs.

CONTACT: Ram Products, 208/882-1396, www.ram-products.com

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Waxstar International's Scorpion Venom 3 Star Maintenance Kit ($29.99) contains three important care items for ensuring your bow performs at its highest level. Use the Anti-Venom String Cleaner to eliminate dirt and debris from your bow's string and cables. Protect and lubricate your clean string with the Polymeric Bowstring Fluid. Lastly, "oil" up the cam(s) and idler wheel with the Cam & Serving Lube. All three products are completely odorless.

CONTACT: Waxstar International, Inc., 631/495-0806, www.waxstarinc.com

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