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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatlander View Post
    A rope cocking device came with the bow. It's o.k., but I think it would be difficult to cock the bow in a tree stand. Anyone have experience with the crank type devices?
    Take a look at the “4x4 Kocker” by DrStirrup. Canadian made rope cocker and has extra “pulleys” and bigger handles to aid in making cocking easier.

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    I just want to say how impressed I am that with all the cocking and cracking chatter going on no one has been making juvenile jokes. You folks have really matured....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMT1379 View Post
    I just want to say how impressed I am that with all the cocking and cracking chatter going on no one has been making juvenile jokes. You folks have really matured....
    Wait for it......

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    Mobizz have you used the 4 x 4 cocker ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatlander View Post
    Mobizz have you used the 4 x 4 cocker ?
    Yes, I used it with my Excalibur Micro 355 which I sold and the kocker went with it.

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    I might buy one. Debating if it's a $60 improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatlander View Post
    I might buy one. Debating if it's a $60 improvement.
    I know...he doesn’t give them away. I’m going to check the Excalibur Forum...sometimes one comes up for sale.
    I’ll post it here.

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