How to Train Better with the AccuBow

By Brodie SwisherSeptember 11, 2016

In an industry full of knock-offs and me-too products, it’s refreshing to come across an item that is truly innovative. I was recently introduced to the AccuBow training bow, and the more I looked into this product, the more I realized that this company really has met a need in the archery and bowhunting world.


It may look like a toy at first glance, but the AccuBow is a serious tool for archers and bowhunters.

The AccuBow is being touted as, “A Revolution in Archery Training.” My first thought was, “Cool product for kids or someone needing rehab work for their shoulder. But the closer I looked at this product, I realized the AccuBow could really benefit every archer or bowhunter, from rookie to veteran.

The AccuBow comes in a simple package and is ready to use right out of the box. There’s no setup, tuning, or parts to deal with. You simply dial the knob to your desired setting and you’re ready to start training.

Dial It In

The AccuBow features variable resistance settings that adjust from 10 to 70 pounds, so it really is a well suited training tool for kids ages 7-70. The knob on the bottom “wheel” is where the adjustment takes place. A simple turn with your hand and the AccuBow can be changed to whatever draw weight you desire. No tools are required.


The AccuBow features a simple knob that allows you to adjust from 10-70 pounds.

AccuBow Develops Strength and Stability

Knowing that effectiveness with a bow and arrow is largely determined by your physical capabilities, the AccuBow team has developed what they believe is the perfect tool and training device to help you achieve higher draw weights without ever sacrificing accuracy.


AccuBow brings a revolution in archery training for strength, stamina, and stability.

The applications are truly endless with the AccuBow. Rehabilitation for an injured shoulder, arm, or back, staying in shape in the off-season when you’re unable to shoot on the range, or helping a child develop “archery muscles” to get to appropriate hunting draw weight, the AccuBow is incredibly versatile.

One of the features of this bow that immediately stuck out to me was the built-in laser tool. I recently watched a tech tip with champion shooter, Levi Morgan, where he shared the best way to learn to tighten your shot groups. The answer was to practice holding a bow-mounted laser beam on the bullseye. The tighter you learn to hold that laser beam on the target, the tighter your shots will be in the field. And that training is built right in with the AccuBow. You simply push a button on the side of the laser to turn it on and off.

accubow laser

The laser built into the AccuBow helps increase holding ability and accuracy.

AccuBow Is Designed to Dry-Fire

Not only is the AccuBow designed to help in training for drawing and holding your bow, it can also be safely dry-fired, making it a great option for release training as well. You simply draw, aim, hold, and fire. You can attach the included D-loop to shoot your release for compound bow training, or release with your fingers in a more traditional shooting style.


Practice your shot release from the comfort of your living room with the AccuBow.

Other features of the AccuBow include an ambidextrous grip for right and left-handed shooters, a stabilizer mount, just like your real bow, to add weight for a more natural fit and feel, and a level bubble to help ensure proper vertical alignment and prevent torqueing. You can even add an optional iPhone Mount Adapter to the AccuBow.


Add a stabilizer to the AccuBow for a realistic feel.

No matter your age, strength level, skill level, or draw length, the AccuBow can be adjusted to meet your needs and help you start shooting with more poundage, greater stability, improved accuracy, and more consistency than ever before.


The bubble level helps you maintain a level hold, free from torqueing.

The AccuBow concept allows you to take archery anywhere and practice at your convenience. And that sounds pretty good to me. Give the AccuBow a closer look at


Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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