Joined: 2/2/2007Just wondering if the Torque less bow grips are better than the stock grips that come on the dren..and are they easy to put on.are they just for looks.. DOGcant say much for the dren cuz i dont own one yet but i changed the grip on my Q2 and its a world of difference in the feel of the bow. for me i can hold steadier than before and i can hold longer than before at that steady postion with the help of the torqueless, it fits itself right into that perfect spot in your hand where it should be when your shooting
Joined: 2/2/2005Torqueless for my Xt and OB for me the stock grips are to Big
Joined: 1/10/2006It’s all on personal preference. Once I got used to the thinner grip (I got a hydrapress grip) I love it……I do like the factory grip too though
Soon to have a torqueless.
Joined: 2/27/2005No dought about it, i shoot better with the tourqless. But thats just me.
Location: OhioI shoot better with a torqueless…and I just ordered one for my DrenAll We Do Is SELFILMED
Joined: 1/14/2006Although I voted for the stock grip,
it’s a very personal thing.
Some like stock, feel better with custom
Good luck to both.
There’s no right , left it up to you.
Joined: 12/10/2006just got a torqueless low wrist comp nose for my Switchback.My pro shop told me I don’t have a Mathews grip hand,and I have to say he was right I seem to shoot better with the torquelessAuthorPostsViewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total)
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