Primos Bow Sling
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††††††††††† Once In a while on the 3D circuit or along on a hunt, I will see a hunter carrying his bow by the string. I donít understand why they have not purchased a Primos bow sling. I bought mine as soon as I bought my bow. There is no other way to hunt in the woods or walk throughout the 3D course.
My hunting partner pictured on the right using a Primos bowsling
††††††††† When I go on grueling alpine hunts I am always thankful that I have a bow sling. When you are navigating through tough terrain all day long, the last thing you want to do is hold on to your bow by the string. Part of being a hunter is to make sure you are efficient. Carrying extra weight all day is unnecessary.
Below I am shown with my Primos Bow Sling.
The toughness and functionality of the Primos bow sling is great! My sling is the style designed for parallel limbs. I have owned it for 2 years and it has no tears or cuts and still holds the bow perfectly. For fast use I just keep the cams in the holders. I donít button the sling around the string unless I am going for a tough hike up the mountain, and I donít want any chance of my bow falling out of the sling. For the most part the bow stays fine in the sling without buttoning around the string. The first Primos bow sling I ever bought is still in use on my friends Hoyt bow, again working perfectly with no defects. I totally recommend the Primos bow sling for all hunting applications if you want an easy way to carry your bow.
Posted November 30, -1 by Justin Ott