Portable bow press

longtines

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Mike K\NJ
Is it possible for me to talk with you via telephone as I have a few questions for you regarding the use of the back pack sling you mentioned?
My e-mail is [email protected],I will call you if you send a number or my number is 715-735-0376
ThankYou
longtines/Ken
 

WildWillie

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I've not needed a bowpress. I am able to back out the limb screws enough to loosen the cables and replace them. (Instructions were in the manual)
 

Mike K/NJ

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WildWillie, The new Elites are not field serviceable like the Tac 15 was. You need a bow press to change the string and cables. It's in the manual.
 

WildWillie

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My mistake. That is a shame the Elite does not allow it as it makes changing strings/tuning at home much cheaper.

Sorry Mike K/NJ
 

Mike K/NJ

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WildWillie, Your right, it is a shame. Being able to replace your string in the field is a major advantage that I wish they carried over to the new Elite. With the recent quality of their strings, it would make life a whole lot easier.
 

Valfar

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Could anyone give an answer for the initial question? Is there an approved bow press for TAC Elite?
 

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