Archery

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Adapted Bow

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Idea on how to use conventional recurve bow without any adaptations for a below elbow prosthesis. A nine inch length of parachute cord fits behind the wrist washer of the prosthesis and loops around the bowstring. Includes pictures. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Brandt, Barbara. TITLE: Amputees Bowhunt and Golf with Special Aids. REF: Journal: Accent on Living, Fall 1983. 1983.

Construction Of Adapted Archery Bow

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Aid to facilitate holding an archery bow by a person without the ability to grip. Device consists of a 3/16 inch thick aluminum reinforcement on the belly of the bow attached to a leather and aluminum strip (3/4 inch wide by 1/8 inch thick and approximately the length of the user's forearm). Forearm grip held on with velcro strips. Includes drawing. COMMENTS: The person for whom this device was designed used a prosthetic hook to pull and release the bo

Draw-Loc

The Draw-Loc is a bow release aid designed for use by people with limited hand and arm movement and strength. The Draw-Loc consists of a rod that fits into a mount bolted to the center of a compound bow. The mount fits left- and right-handed bows. A release with a safety is attached to the end of the rod. The user can attach the bowstring to the release with a loop and engage the safety, and then draw the bow by himself or herself or have another person draw the bow by sliding the rod back unti

Finger Control Hand Device (Model HD100)

The Finger Control Hand Device, model HD100, is a trigger finger support designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neuromuscular, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. Available for the right or left hand, this device is intended to straighten curled fingers and assist the user with pulling the trigger on a firearm or crossbow. The unit features a splint-like support that is placed under the index finger and attached with three Velcro straps. The support extends beyond th

Finger Control Hand Device (Model HD200)

The Finger Control Hand Device, model HD200, is a trigger finger support designed for use by individuals with fine motor, neuromuscular, or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury. Available for the right or left hand, this device is intended to straighten curled fingers and assist the user with pulling the trigger on a firearm or crossbow. The unit features a splint-like support that is placed under the index finger and attached with three Velcro straps. The support extends beyond th

High Quad Gun Mount (HQ100)

The High Quad Gun Mount, model HQ100, is a rifle, shotgun, pistol and crossbow support and trigger activator designed for use by people with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury who use a power wheelchair. Intended to make hunting accessible to individuals with no use of the upper extremities, this device is based on a mounting plate placed under the wheelchair’s seat cushion before the user transfers into the chair. Once the user is seated in the wheelchair, a v

Limited Mobility Compound Bow Mount (Model CB100)

The Limited Mobility Compound Bow Mount, model CB100, is a compound bow support designed for use by people with mobility and lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury who have limited hand and arm movement and strength and who use a wheelchair. This device comprises a mounting plate that is placed under the wheelchair’s seat cushion before the user transfers into the chair. Once the user is seated in the wheelchair, a vertical receiver tube is attached in the middle of the front edge of

Limited Mobility Gun Mount (Model LM100)

The Limited Mobility Gun Mount, model LM100, is a rifle, pistol, and crossbow support designed for use by people with mobility or lower extremity disabilities or spinal cord injury with limited hand and arm movement and strength. Intended for individuals who use wheelchairs, this mount is based on a mounting plate placed under the wheelchair’s seat cushion before the user transfers into the chair. Once the user is seated in the wheelchair, a vertical receiver tube is attached in the middle of th

Portable Seat For Archery

CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To create a portable seat to assist an individual with cerebral palsy who competes in international archery competitions. The seat meets international requirements such as not having the legs dig into the ground and occupying only the amount of specified in the rules. The three-legged chair stands independently and enables the user to have his feet on the ground. The legs are made from powder-coated 19 millimeter steel tubing and meet at a central point under the seat

Sr-77 Shooting Rest

The SR-77 Shooting Rest is a rifle and crossbow support designed for use by quadriplegics. This product is motor-driven, and it can be adjustment up or down and left or right using a mouthpiece or joystick. Sipping on a vacuum tube activates the trigger. A rifle must be modified by cutting off the stock just behind the pistol grip before mounting, and a small cable is attached to the trigger. The rifle is then secured to the mount by pinning the pistol grip to a rear bracket. A "Y" post supports

Tactile Archery Equipment

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To provide do-it-yourself tactile equipment for archery competition for individuals who are blind. There are three types of tactile equipment recommended for blind archery: a foot locator, a tripod, and a tactile sighting device. Foot locators can be made of wood based on diagrams from BBS Archery. A basic telescopic camera or music tripod which can be easily transported can be adapted to hold a tactile sighting device. Finally, a tactile sighting device is anyt

Teacher-Made Adapted Devices For Archery, Badminton, And Table Tennis

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Desire to have a teenage boy with muscular dystrophy participate in activities with his peers led to creation of an adapted archery bow. This student was only able to move forearms, wrists, and fingers independently. A 3/16 inch piece of aluminum is cut in the shape of the belly of the bow. Holes are drilled into the bow so that fasteners can be inserted. The aluminum piece is bolted to the fasteners. A piece of wood is cut measuring 1 1/2 inches squar

 
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