Gillo G2K suitable for Olympic set up?

PLEASE HELP TO FUND ARCHERY INTERCHANGE

Whitehart

Well-known member
Stick on wire rests at all price ranges require a plunger, so if you want simple a Hoyt Pro Rest is the only option there is a vertical piece of plastic above the arm that will act as a plunger to get you up and running, but eventually you will require the plunger to set the centre shot depth.
 

LittleSkink

Active member
to update, if anyone is interested. The Gillo needed a rest and plunger, it cant be used without. Got Shibuya for both, seem decent. Coming from a field bow didnt realise how different Oly risers were

Balance with limbs is good, very neutral compared to the few other Olympic risers I looked at. Been shooting barebow / without sights so far and well impressed, the limit on good scores is definitely me. Going to get the weight disc kit so I can adjust the balance slightly, but pretty fine without

Grip is tolerable, but I deliberately chose a riser that has lots of aftermarket grips because I knew it might want to change it. KG Archery have said they can do a custom made for me when I know what I need

Black finish is nice, but delicate. Picked up a couple of scratches during set up at the shop
 

Emmadragon

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I've got an R-core custom grip on my bow, and it's fantastic. It was a proper custom grip, they still don't support my riser (apparently, it's stupidly rare), and it's absolutely amazing. I had to get the 3d print files from the riser manufacturer, so it wasn't cheap. R-core were superb throughout, really friendly and helpful.
 
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