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Nathan Harrel uses Steady Form to take down his dream Elk- "BuckFever is hard to overcome, Steady Form helps take your mind off of one more thing. It gives you the anchor point for success.

– Nathan Harrel



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– Melissa Bachman



– Rob Evans


STEADY FORM, LLC receives endorsement from legendary bowhunter and archery hall of fame inductee MR James. “Every serious bowhunter knows the importance of consistent and accurate shooting at the moment of truth. One handy product that will help is the bow mounted Steady Form system which eliminates hand torque and improves arrow placement. Check it out for yourself.” M.R. James - Founder of Bowhunter Magazine and Archery Hall of Fame inductee. Steady Form is an essential tool for any archer. For the beginning archer it helps to learn proper form and eliminate string slap. For the hunter, Steady Form increases down range accuracy and confidence. In the ground blind or treestand, Steady Form helps the hunter stay consistent with their form while having awkward shots through windows of the blind or sever downward angles. There is no other product that improves accuracy, consistency, confidence, creates another anchor point, prevents string slap and eliminates torque. Steady Form comes in a youth model, the Original, and now the new ProSeries with multiple color and camo options. Guaranteed to increase accuracy and confidence or your money back.


I have been a bow hunting fnatic for a few years now. My friend who bow hunts with me started shooting accurately at almost twice the disntace and I asked him what he has been talking about. He told me he just got the steady bow system and is totally locked in now. I tried his bow with the steady bow and immediately was shooting better with his bow than my own! Needless to say best thing I ever did was to try his bow and after that I needed to get one myself.

Whippany, NJ


I shot the new No Cam HTR bow at the Mathews test center in Wisconsin Dells this week. It had a new Steady Form system attached to the riser. Wow, talk about arrow-packing accuracy. Without having shot the bow previously (and not having it set up for me specifically) I put my first seven arrows into 2-inch circle at 20 yards. I cannot even imagine the downrange accuracy I will be able to achieve this coming winter and spring with a rig that’s set up for me. If you’re not familiar with the Steady Form, you have to check it out.

This thing is not a gimmick, it really works. It essentially provides an extra anchor point that helps you keep your bow rock solid before the shot. The result is perfect form that will make those 30-yard shots “money” and greatly assist in those longer-range shots. Several of my industry buddy’s say they are now practicing out to 80 yards with unbelievable accuracy. They, of course, won’t take shots at deer out at those ranges, but imagine what the 40- 50-yard shots feel like. One of my friends said a 50-yard shot to him now feels like what a 20-yard shot used to feel like — he said the Steady Form has made him ultra-confident in his archery shooting. Again, shoot if for yourself. You’ll be impressed.


Archery Coach US Archery Level 4 Coach National Field Archery Master Coach

• Coach USA Paralympic Team
• Team Coach Mount Marty College, Yankton SD
• Instructor Mount Marty College Outdoor Recreation Program
• Instructor for International Coach Symposium IFAA
• Canadian Archer, Personal Coach 2004 Olympic Games
• Resident Athlete program administrator, Chula Vista USOC
• Coach World Field Championships 2012, 2010, 2004, 2000, 1998
• NFAA Professional Division Chairman 1989-2005

I believe the Steady Form is first-rate device for archers learning proper hand/bow position. What most archers don't realize, spending way too much time fretting about the release side, is that the bow hand and bow arm are the last influence on arrow flight. A proper, consistent, relaxed hand position on the bow is critical to the results of the arrow. Archers should spend less time in front of a target face and more in developing the correct hand and grip position. If you look at many other sports baseball, golf, and tennis, each speaks “Lessen tension in the grip” because you can replicate a relaxed hand and arm for extended period but muscles fatigue and thus will be set differently from shot to shot. The Steady Form forces you to maintain proper bow arm form throughout the shot. Whether you are on the range, in a blind or a treestand the Steady Form is a ground breaking accessory for the archery industry. I am currently using the Steady Form for training purposes with the US Paralympic archers, teaching proper bow arm and hand position, which increases accuracy. Although the Steady Form is not legal for competitive shooting, because it is considered an unfair advantage to have an extra contact point, what hunter would not want to have every advantage when pursuing big game?

M. J. Rogers


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