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I'm making and selling draw board for most presses. I can make and adapter that will work with your press. Just let me know. Here are some photos of it. If interested please send me a message.
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I like the ability to wind it down one handed but is it easy to knock the clip out before you have hold of the handle for the winder?
 

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That is freaking dam nice. What's the cost with shipping?
 

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Nope. The clip is hold in place by the brass thumb screw.
Sorry I meant the bit that locks into the cog and stops it from undoing. So when you loosen the brass screw and slide the clip away is it easy to knock the lock out or does the load on the rope hold it in place till you take some load off the clip?

Only asking cause the one minor hassle with the last chance version is having to hold the clip away while you let the bow down.
 

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Sorry I meant the bit that locks into the cog and stops it from undoing. So when you loosen the brass screw and slide the clip away is it easy to knock the lock out or does the load on the rope hold it in place till you take some load off the clip?

Only asking cause the one minor hassle with the last chance version is having to hold the clip away while you let the bow down.
Not a problem :) . Professionally that piece is called "ratchet pawl". Like you said. Once you loosen the brass screw and slide the clip away you need to back the winch a little to remove the load from the pawl. Next you can just flip the pawl away from the ratchet gear and thats all. You can use one hand to hold the bow and the other to crank down the winch.
Basically till you remove some load of the pawl it will stay solid in place. You can see it on the video.
I hope I explained that good :)
 

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Nice work. Like I said the single handed operation is a nice improvement. Nice price too. Well done.
 

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Nice work. Like I said the single handed operation is a nice improvement. Nice price too. Well done.
Thank You. My goal was to make one for under $100 but it's hard to find a cheap machine shop. And I do not want to make them in China.
 

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I also have a bench mounted version.
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Also this version comes with the carabinier clip which I forgot to put on before I took the picture. The clip is a backup just in case your d-loop gave up.
 
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