Anyone heard of a release brand name RipShot, that attaches at the elbow? It allows the shooter to draw the bow using more back muscles and zero wrist muscles.
Here is a nice review of the product: http://archeryreport.com/2010/01/rip...system-review/
Problem is, they went out of business pretty quickly. They certainly did sell a few; I've seen old listings (none current) where people were reselling theirs.
My problem is that I don't just want a RipShot, I need one. I cannot draw my bow at this time and will need to adapt.
I know I could likely legally just switch to crossbow with a doctors note but I don't want to. For just one reason, I need to work with some kids that will be learning bow shooting and if I'm shooting a crossbow they'll never learn archery.
For those that like visuals better, here is a RipShot in action:
The company was at dravesarchery.com and riparchery.com but both are kaputsky now.
I need their regular size Ripshot. But right now I would buy either size in any condition whatsoever, on the spot.