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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby 4nolz » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:27 am

I got a bunch BK.
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby bowman_79 » Fri Mar 11, 2011 1:17 pm

Shoot me a pm, you never know.
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby Bodger » Sat Apr 02, 2011 1:36 am

Hi Mann, I'm new to POA,
I make bows from time to time here in the UK, I've been looking for a compact ilf system, I like the look of your Donkey ILF inserts, do you have a pair I could purchase?
I tried sending a PM, to no avail :o(
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby Mann » Sat Apr 02, 2011 6:19 am

I have about 40 pair in stock.
I just sent you a PM if that doesn't work respond back here.
Thanks for your interest!
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby Mann » Thu Apr 28, 2011 5:18 am

We will be selling pockets for converting several models of PSE compounds to an ILF riser.
They will work on most of the risers that use the plastic limb pockets.
This is a very straight forward simple bolt on conversion that requires no machining. You simply remove the
string, cables, limbs and plastic pockets and bolt the new ILF pockets on.
These are made from 6061-T6 aluminum and have a 4 degree angle built in, to change the finished riser
pocket angle from 21 degrees to 17 degrees.
Some of the models that will make a 20" riser are the
Team Fitzgerald
Deer hunter

We also are going to offer a very slightly different version to fit the Bandit, It will make a 18" riser.
It will include limb bolts, bezels and bushings because it uses 1/4-20 threads instead of the normal
5/16-18 threads

The Strike plate shown on the Bandit will be available seperately and will fit both the 18" & 20" risers

The pockets will come standard in an abrasive blast finish that is ready for the finish of your choice.
The black pockets in the pictures were done in Duracoat Matte Black

20" standard pockets/bushings .............$ 85.00 (uses the existing compound hardware)

18" standard Bandit pocket....................$ 90.00 (includes limb bolts bezels and bushings)

Strike plate .........................................$18.00

Shipping .............................................$ 5.00 Continental US
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This is a Bandit with strike plate
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby Ben » Thu Apr 28, 2011 9:18 am

I've got a pair of these on a Nova riser,,,,,, these thing here are the cats MEOW :)
Easy to mount and machined perfectly.
Find that old PSE you throwed in the corner and put these on there,,, I promise you a very good shooting and well mannered bow!
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby marc » Thu Apr 28, 2011 12:36 pm

Those look nice! I need to check the pawn shops for an old PSE now!
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby grouse11 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:14 pm

Hey Jim I am interested in a set of donkey inserts. do they come with the two middle screws to hold them in place?
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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby DrZ » Mon Oct 10, 2011 7:34 pm

Jim, I am interested in purchaseing some donkey inserts. Can you send me a PM?


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Re: Bowyers: Metal parts

Postby reinibubi » Fri Nov 04, 2011 12:32 am

Hi Jim!

Need 2 complete sets of ILF-parts for take-down risers.
Do you deliver to Europe?

Could You please contact me?

thx reini
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