Having spent the years since 2006-ish figuring out what works well and in some cases not so well, Jager Archery has built a reputation as an innovator and supplier of superior quality, high performance grips for both recurve and compound archery. The plan, as attributed to Roger Ascham and Toxophilus(1545) is to “hit the mark.” Our products are the result of our passion for the sport of archery. That includes all kinds of archery. If it flings arrows, we want to be there thinking about how to make it even better for our shooters.
Over the centuries there have been vast improvements in bow manufacture and design, but in the final analysis, what is it that makes a bow great? Some might say it is a combination of measurable factors like accuracy and speed, but the truth is the same now as it has always been. A great bow is one that the user can get to do anything he/she wants. If that involves plunking the center out of a target, so be it. It has always been the potential of the shooter that must be realized for greatness to be achieved.
That being said, it’s fair to say that a good number of well designed bows have failed to consider that a human being is the most integral part of a bow. The factor we think has the greatest effect on shot execution is how you interface with your bow. When you purchase a Jager grip, you don’t just get something that looks good, but a grip that helps you realize a much better interface. Remember, the world is full of great bows, all of which were designed to perform to certain standards. However, I’m sure almost everyone can, without hesitation, remember saying at one time or other, “I like this bow a lot, but this grip is terrible!” This is exactly why we exist.
Our products are designed to improve how you connect to your bow. You can spend all you want on mechanical design, but if you can’t make it work, it might as well be a string and a stick.
Have a look around the site and see if there’s something you like. I have grips for most of the top manufacturers ranges, and even a few I consider orphans. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, it might be worth it to Contact Us and ask about something that may not be on display or is in some stage of development. We may not be able to get back to you immediately, but we try to answer all inquiries.