Hoyt Venting 33 grip modification

Spencer

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I stippled the grip of the Venting 33. I found this bow to be a joy to shoot. My only compliant was a lack of grip. My hand slide up as I executed my shot. I used a simple wood burning iron with a 90° brass head. The material melted very fast but manageable. When completed I sanded slightly with 400 grit sand paper.
 

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Apparently my proof reading at 0400, is not what I thought it was. I broke my arm Sunday, so I signed up for this to occupy the time. My apologies.
 

bsnedeker

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Well, I can't say it's pretty but if it makes it a better shooter that's what matters! I haven't had the issues you're describing with mine, but I did have that issue with the old-style wooden grips on my Defiant Turbo, it was very frustrating!
 

Marble

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Most just put the athletic tape on the grip that sticks to itself to increase any friction.

Your way looks just fine too.

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