I’m just wondering how many of you guys and gals use the torqueless grips on your hunting bows. I’m also wondering if they are worth the money or not. I’m seriously thinking about the cocobolo 924. Steve I know you use them I saw your pics in the trophy room. Of course If I killed a 200 I would post it everywhere I could too .Strange answer, but here it goes.
I checked yes, worth the money, but I wouldn’t personally pay for one. I customize my grips myself. So easy that it’s ridiculous.
But, definitely worth having on a hunting bow. I personally think that a good flat-sided grip is one of the most important items to add to a bow.
KevI have two no’s so far, but I haven’t seen anyone give a reason why they aren’t worth the money. Please help me out. I don’t want to spend 45 bucks on something that isn’t worth it.
Thanks for the reply Kev.Blood Bath,
It WILL improve your accuracy if you torque your regular grip at all.
If you have any experience with working with wood, do it yourself.
The only hard thing about it, is getting over the idea that you might “ruin the grip.”
I have done a few now and as soon as the new Drenalinn is home this weekend, that grip is getting flattened!
Good luck, Kev
Joined: 8/4/2004I have a torqueless on all my bows, and love them! Improved my shooting, and made me more confident when taking the shot.I seem to torque the standard grip. I have tried to do the good old fashioned hi grip, but it only works when I have it exactly the same. I have pretty thick palms so it is hard for me to keep the same grip on the standard grip. That isn’t to say that I can’t keep it in the 10 ring I am just trying to get a few more X’s. I wouldn’t even know where to begin on shaping my own grip. I don’t have the right equipment for it I’m sure. Not to mention I’m pretty sure a belt sander is more expensive than a torqueless .Hmmmm…..maybe I need a torqueless grip. Maybe, just maybe
Location: Guess!I don’t have a torqueless yet , but I have a Tronjo on mine and love it…I like the way it feels smaller grip and yes it’s worth the $45.00.
Joined: 1/19/2006I’ll vote and let ya know by the end of the week. Finally bit the bullet and ordered one yesterday. I used to always sand mine down like Mainhunt, but I wanted a different one this time.
Joined: 4/2/2006I bought one for my SB, installed it & shot. Then I bought ‘em for my Conquest Light and LX. I’m convinced they are worth it . . . to me.
Joined: 12/22/2006thanks for all the advice, really thinking about ordering a torqueless! i’ve put about 500 rounds through my new dren already and by far the most accurate and consistent bow that i have owned (got rid of the xt for my dren) i just want to make this the most accurate bow that it can be and im willing to try out a different style of grip! especially now that im shooting in league for my first time! heres my dren so far…
Joined: 10/29/2006if that’s what it takes to make you shoot consistently straight then by all means use one .I broke down and ordered it last night. I bought the Cocobolo 942 medium with the competition nose. I will let you all know how it turns out . Oh and by the way, the wife yelled for like an hour . Anyone know a good make up gift that isn’t too expensive
Jeff K in IL
I broke down and ordered it last night. I bought the Cocobolo 942 medium with the competition nose. I will let you all know how it turns out . Oh and by the way, the wife yelled for like an hour . Anyone know a good make up gift that isn’t too expensive
Cool stuff, same color I ordered, I will give you a pic of what it looks like in person since mine should be here today!
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