Spot-Hogg introduces the industry's first Portable Shooting Bow Tuning Machine, the Hooter Shooter.
Q: What is a Hooter Shooter and what can it do.
A: The Hooter Shooter is a machine that can shoot most bows with perfect form. So closely simulating an individual, without the human variables that a person can learn to shoot like the machine with the same sight settings. The Hooter Shooter shoots with such precision that it will place the same arrow into the exact hole at 18 metres (20 yards) even on a poorly adjusted bow.
This precision causes any changes in the bow, variations in arrows and arrow rest, variation of release, changes of heel pressure, bow orientation and draw length to be reflected by where the arrow hits. The Hooter Shooter will shoot most 2 cam and single cam bows using most hand held releases or releases using a wrist strap. However, not the back tension type releases.
If all your arrows will not use the same hole, then you know for sure it is not the shooter but the equipment that has a problem.
This machine is engineered to shoot a bow the way an archer should with adjustable high/low wrist, universal release holder and unique grip which emulates the human hand.
Of what value is it to an archer to know absolutely, if their equipment is the cause or their shooting is the cause for missed shots. With the Hooter Shooter, you can offer your customer visual, undeniable proof that their bow is capable of shooting the same arrow in the same arrow hole repeatedly.
Are all your arrows flying identically. Now you can test them with unerring accuracy.
Is your bow tuned well enough to have broadheads shoot exactly like field tips.
Using the Hooter Shooter, you will have the tool you need to find out and tune your bow to accomplish the results you desire.
This precision makes it possible to see the effects of any adjustments that are made to the individual's equipment. The effects that can be seen are:
Arrow variations. (Why don't they all use the same hole)
Bow variations. (What affects the bow's shootability)
Effect of cam timing
Effect of cam lean
Effects of string and cable stretch
Arrow rest adjustments
Cable guard adjustments
Effect of nock point styles
Effect of release changes
Stabiliser type and style
Draw length variations
Bow orientation (Is it level)
Heel pressure (on most bows)
The effect of the 3rd axis
Changes in friction (axles & sliders)
Things vibrating loose
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