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Old 01-14-2003, 07:16 PM
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VIBRACHECK SAFEDRAW SHOOTING AID
BERNIE'S LAZ-AIR SHOT TRAINER

These two units let you shoot your bow without an arrow or dryfire. They use plunger systems that allow you to draw and release the bows without damage.

Has anyone seen one or more of these units. Do they work. Are there differences? How easy are they to insatall and remove. Any tips would be helpful.

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Old 01-14-2003, 09:03 PM
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Ossage,

Welcome back.
Haven't seen you much, lately.
Saw the Vibracheck unit at Bedford last year.
Lots of guys were demonstrating them and trying them out. They seemed to work great.
Thought about putting one on one of my extra compounds.
I believe it would be a great training aid for spot shooting by helping you to hold on the X and execute your shot.
Wish I had one right now.
It's freezing outside and I could use the practice since I don't feel like driving the long distance to the indoor range.
Sorry, haven't seen Bernie's version.
Almost forgot, you install the Vibracheck using the arrow rest hole. Which is kind of a bummer to me. That's where having an extra bow comes in handy!


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Old 01-15-2003, 11:21 AM
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Thanks Sag for the welcome,

Bernie's unit is said not to cause one to remove the rest, though I might mount it on an extra bow, and that wouldn't mater. Bernie's also has a laser on it, which might be useful for video of hold duration. However, Bernie's is 40 dollars more expensive at Lancaster, and is said not to fit all bows, though I shoot pretty mainline bows, so might not worry about that.

Thanks for pointing out the Vibra attachment, since that is a major issue.

It is cold here, and arrow loosing weather with all the snow. I would like to get some practice in.

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Old 01-15-2003, 02:47 PM
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Ossage,

Thank you for telling me about Bernie's version.
It sounds like the better unit.
Especially with the lazer.
The lazer doesn't lie and would show how steady you are holding your bow.
I believe, I would rather have Bernie's version.
Probably worth $40.00 more with the lazer.
Will check it out at Lancaster.


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