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KSdan
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Yup. True Sta-jac or Kwik lock for me. Currently have both

Dan in KS

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Kwik Lok has never failed me.

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warden415
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I use a Grayling GOP 130
I like it better than any I have tried. Fail safe and simple.
They also make a GOP 135 which I don't really care for.
I shoot the really skinny old Beman shafts and this GOP 130 holds the small diameter shafts with no problem. I have used the Kwik Lock also but don't like it as well as the Grayling.
KSDan , it also stays pliable in cold weather

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warden415
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One other thing, sometimes that holder or any other, just doesn't quite sit at the right angle for your bow or you have some of the base plate of the holder that hangs over the edge of your backside of the shelf. I simple trim the baseplate to fit exact and I will use industrial Velcro to attach it. I stick the "male" side on my bow and the female side on the baseplate of the holder . That way I can readjust to get it at the perfect angle so it holds well but releases exactly when I want.
I can also use that holder on multiple bows if need be by simply adding a new piece of male Velcro to the new bow

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Item Number: 7724 from 3 rivers archery looks promising , anyone use one ?

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Cosnipe, that is a great setup.
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Thank you. I like it, its simple and i can use it on either bow i use. Plus its not permanent.
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What warden said I have saying this for a long time,you only need ont.

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KSdan
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quote:
Originally posted by warden415:
[QB] I use a Grayling GOP 130
I like it better than any I have tried. Fail safe and simple.
They also make a GOP 135 which I don't really care for.
/QB]

The 135 is the one that got too hard in bitter cold. It "froze" onto my arrow- would not allow it to "release." Had to pry it off- all while the PY beast was standing there. The ONE thing I add to a trad bow aftermarket and it fails!! Arghh

Dan in KS

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