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- Like the flexibility Review by Michael J
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Although you can't see it in the pics the smaller of the two heads is flexible and coated in rubber so it's easy to shape to get a good fit on the riser. The taller one is had plastic so I got some tennis racket handle tape and 'built up' the sides so that it holds the riser snugly. I've never had a problem with it tipping over. I like the taller one in a crowded space as it's easier to get it in and out while everyone else has to go from horizontal to vertical all the time. Took the one star off quality because I don't know why they didn't make the head of the taller one the same as the shorter.
(Posted on 7/2/14)
- poor quality from a good company Review by bowmaster
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Rather disappointed with this stand. I thought having the two interchangable heads would be nice, but after only a few months, the head for the outdoor stand (regular "u" shape head) came completly off. I thought this might be a fluke with my stand, but then talked to someone else at my range with the same stand, and guess what...same problem. The top that is covered by rubber to help hold the bow, isn't secured very well to the internal shaft, and breaks off very easily. The other head, ios desiogned for indoor use, and is too light for outdoor (meaning it gets blown over too easily). Next time I'll go with a more conventional stand.
(Posted on 7/7/13)