I just wanted to show you a few photos of my modification allowing me to
place a drop-away rest etc...Jerry my friend I can't tell you how much I
like this new Draw-loc what and outstanding design!
As you know I have had two transplants over the past few years along with a
bunch of other surgeries & subsequent events leaving my right arm paralyzed
for about a year. Then had nerve transfer in that arm allowing about 85% use
of that arm again thank goodness. Well during that recover time I bought a
high-end crossbow and used it for one season and it just wasn't the same in
no way shape or form compared to shooting my bow. I have been shooting
archery sense about 6 years old and shoot nearly every day as an adult these
So when my friend introduced me to your original draw-loc I promptly sold
the crossbow and have enjoyed using my bow again shooting in my yard, 3-D
competitions & killing in the last few years several deer, bunch of hogs and
an elk. I can't thank you enough for your thoughtful design, I hope you
realize that it far from just a mechanical devise but gives folks like me
the ability to again enjoy the sport we love most regaining what was once
thought to be an ability lost.
Thank you Jerry,
All though these type loops work well, it is not recommended to use metal or plastic type D Loops with Draw-Loc. Hang ups with the release could occur and cause an accident. Only Sting Loops Are Recommended.