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    Rubber handle grip for hoyt

    My recurve riser handle just does not seem to suit my grip and cuts into the hand a bit, Ive seen a setup with a rubber handle on the riser which was a comfort grip. Does anyone know where i could get one for my Hoyt Faktor riser.

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    I dont know the name just that a chap had a rubber handle on his hoyt, he had it a few years and cannot remember the name or where he got it either.

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    For aftermarket bow handles you are probably looking at Jäger :

    Welcome Page - Jager Archery Products

    I toyed with the idea of getting one myself a while back as my Inno CXT handle didn't feel quite right for me but ended up using Sugru and badminton racquet grip tape to adapt my existing handle so it was really comfy for me.


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    For aftermarket bow handles you are probably looking at Jäger :

    http://jagerarchery.com/

    I toyed with the idea of getting one myself a while back as my Inno CXT handle didn't feel quite right for me but ended up using Sugru and badminton racquet grip tape to adapt my existing handle so it was really comfy for me.


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    I meant to do that - honest ! !

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    Thanks for the link. I'll have a look at that and in the mean time I may try some bike bar tape etc

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