Apple Archery Apple Bow Vise

Priced: $79.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Apple Archery Apple Bow Vise -
This heavy-duty pro-shop-quality bow vise permanently mounts to any table or workbench. Holds bow horizontally or vertically. Allows bow to swivel 360°. Simple-to-use, hands-free operation.


  • Allows bow to swivel 360°
  • Heavy-duty pro-shop-quality
  • Holds bow horizontally or vertically
  • Simple, hands-free operation.
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Apple Archery Apple Bow Vise Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works great

I don't work on my bow a ton, but when I do it's really helpful to have a vise. I bolted this on a small piece of 2x4, which I then put in larger vise mounted on my work bench. I didn't want to permanently mount this to my work bench considering I already have a normal work vise mounted. Now I can take it off and get it out of the way as needed. Works great, solid constructions. Enough adjustments for my needs. Works great for my parallel limbs (Mathews Helim). No complaints.
SJHunter at Cabelas on 07/08/2013

Good Vise

Works as described. I use it in my home shop tuning friend's bows. Worth every penny. Simple and easy to adjust. Easy to use and holds bows secure. I mounted it on a piece of 1x8 and clamp it to my workbench when needed.Highly recommended.
Hawgie1 at Cabelas on 09/22/2013

best buy for the money

works great easy to adjust had to chase the theads with a tap
ken5574 at Cabelas on 01/08/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Decent but not perfect

Vice mounted easily to the wood tabletop but it would have been nice to have a level bubble somewhere on the product. Bow can be moved in and out of the vice quickly. Bow is held firmly and safely in the vice. With a heavy bow, the vice tends to rotate out of the upright position unless you put a great deal of effort into locking it in place.
CDurando at Cabelas on 02/07/2012