Last paragraph of article:
Perhaps the most useful piece of adaptive equipment is referred to as a, 'draw loc.' A draw lock holds the person's bow at full draw until a trigger is activated. While a draw lock-equipped bow is essentially the functional equivalent of a crossbow, the experience of using such a bow is similar to that of using a compound bow instead of a crossbow. An advantage of of using a draw loc is that persons who are strength impaired can draw the bow between their hands and feet using their stronger back and leg muscles. One down point to the use of a draw lock is that it does add weight to the person's bow.
Citation: Disabled World News (2009-06-29) - Archery is a sport that nearly anyone can pursue despite disability and target archery has been a Paralympic sport for greater than thirty years: http://www.disabled-world.com/sports/archery-bowhunting.php#ixzz2Snon8s7G
I currently have the Draw-Loc DL-24 bow
Good morning Jerry,
Thanks so much for helping me out with the Draw-loc!
I currently have the Draw-Loc DL-24 bow and have taken several deer and turkeys with it. I am upgrading to a newer Draw-Loc and the newer Draw-Loc In-line Draw-Loc system. Your bows have allowed me to get back into the beautiful West Virginia woods and enjoy my passion for hunting again. I was injured during my last tour in Iraq in 2004 and thought bow hunting was lost forever. Thank God I saw one of your shows with the Draw-Loc Bow and I knew I still had hope. I highly recommend your bows to everyone! Especially to disabled Veterans. I can't wait to get my new Draw-Loc and make some more great memories!!!!!!!!!!!
your WV friend,