Joined: 11/12/2012I have a Helim and want to put a torqueless grip on it. My question is, if I do not want my draw length changing at all, should I go with the Low or Medium wrist? Which one matches most closely with my stock walnut grip?
Location: TexasI will try to keep this short, I know the god here will answer this and if I do to much I will hear about it on PM’s.
Medium wrist if you are trying to stay with what is generally like Mathews.
Grips like those found on Mathews bows can make shooting a low wrist grip very difficult. The little bump in the middle of the stock grip can cause the bow to twist in your hand at the moment of the shot. I learned to shoot Mathews grips with a medium wrist, but I wasn’t as accurate that way. So, I switched to another grip. A good number of Mathews Pro shooters have done the same thing. A low wrist is much more ‘repeatable’ than a high or medium wrist. It’s much easier to feel you’ve got your hand on the bow the same way every time with a low-wrist grip. The lo-wrist grip, combined with a tilted hand, aligns the grip in the ‘pocket’ of your palm. And if you’ve got the grip in the ‘pocket,’ you shouldn’t have to worry about torque because this is a very neutral way to hold
Pull Shoot ScoreIf you read on the Torqueless site they explain their medium grip is close to the Mathews stock grip.
Joined: 11/12/2012Yep I read their website but the pictures they show are of the old style wood grip so I wasn’t sure if that would have an effect. I just want to know if either a low or medium is going to change my draw length in any significant way.
Location: Call me...867-5309I’ve got all low wrist and love them…The end is near....
Joined: 5/30/2010My friend shoots a med grip. He reports no change in DL. He shoots a dren LD. Hope this helps.
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Location: OregonLike Bow Drawn says….go to their site.
You can chat with them while custom making your grip. He will answere any questions and talk with you about concerns. They will get it just as you want.
Please let us know how it comes out…and Pictures please…The history of the bow and arrow is the history of mankind............Fred BearIts about repeatability and consistency. This time, TopGun is spot on … low wrist…although his comments seem to be a plagiarism of Dr. Mark Timney’s article.
“Grips like those found on Mathews bows can make shooting a low wrist grip very difficult. The little bump in the middle of the stock grip can cause the bow to twist in your hand at the moment of the shot. I learned to shoot Mathews grips with a medium wrist, but I wasn’t as accurate that way. So, I switched to another grip. (See PHOTO C.) I’ve noticed a good number of Mathews Pro shooters have done the same thing. ” ~ Dr. Mark Timney
Location: OhioI put a Focus grip on my HeliM and love it. What style is it?HeliM 27.5@56lbs Easton Bloodline 400's/ CX Blue Streak 250 Truball Max 4 /Short n Sweet/KtechThe Low wrist style like the Focus grip I have on my MR7 and it’s fine. I had it on the Z7 Mag and I took it off. I put the Torqueless medium wrist on it and I’m more consistent. It just feels more stable and comfortable. I feel each bow has a different balance or grip balance to it and it’s a personal judgement.
Location: OklahomaI recently purchased a used Apex 8. I also shoot with a low grip. I have had a problem with bow torquing in the past. Will the Focus grip work on the Apex risers?
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