For those interested in shooting short bows we highly recommend trying our two under release shooting method. Instructions on this style are included in our two under tab kit(accessories page).
The Dan Toelke two under method removes the problem causing top finger from the string, This reduces finger pinch, improves release, allowing a tighter anchor and giving better peripheral arrow alignment. We feel it is a improvement when shooting any length bow but makes a even larger difference when shooting short bows.
This shooting style my not be for everyone but we have found it beneficial to a large majority of archers.
We Press our bows in custom made pneumatic presses fitted with blocks we design and build in house. Each bow is laminated under extreme air pressure totaling over 10,000 pounds of weight, this ensures seamless lines and the best glue bond. Our presses are also heated, heat helps the epoxy penetrate the veneers for a better bond. Curing this epoxy under heat also makes the bow more tolerable the high temperatures a shooter may experience in places like Africa.
We feel this is the best way to ensure a perfect billet every time.
Just one more reason to make us YOUR Bowyer.
We had a customer inquire about a pika, he draws 27" and ask since he did not need all the draw length the 56" offered, would we do a 54"?
Our answer? WHY NOT! So we built one and it is great at this length and could be used by anyone drawing 28 1/2" or less. It is now an option to all customers looking to have a Pika built.
Also the pika can be done in a classic grip, I will picture one and put it on the site next week.