HME™ Archer's Practice Bow Hanger and Arrow Holder

Item # WX2-181948

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HME™ Archer's Practice Bow Hanger and Arrow Holder... practical and comfortable while helping you hone your skills!

Bowhunters know that range time is crucial to developing the skills, strength and confidence to make the shot. HME™ knows exactly how to help avid bowhunters. HME Archer's Practice Hanger has a secure hanger on each side for one or 2-person use. New and improved! HME added a spade to the ground stake. This makes the Hanger more stable and prevents the Hanger from rotating. Of course, it's vinyl coated to prevent scratching. Base easily steps into the ground.

Measures 50" h. to the cross beam when in the ground. Weighs 4 lbs., 6 ozs. Comes with 2 Archer's Arrow Caddies™. A simple addition easily pushes in the ground to provide a handy arrow holder when practicing. No more setting your arrows on the ground or wearing a bulky side quiver. Its vinyl-coated holding ring folds up into position. Easily pushes into the ground. Keep arrows upright, safe and handy! Folds flat to fit in a bow case for easy transport.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    Great product easy to use and makes practice shooting enjoyable and easy.
  2. 5 stars
    the bowholder is great easy to put together ( 5 mins) and great for pactice.
  3. 5 stars
    Weather hasn't given the chance to use these as yet nut they appear to be sturdy
  4. 5 stars
    Great product
  5. 5 stars
    VERY EASY TO ASSEMBLE & USE. MAKES PRACTICE, MORE FUN/EASY!!!
  6. 5 stars
    Great bow holder. And the arrow caddy is very nice also. Another great product from The Guide
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