593 North Wright Brothers Drive Salt Lake City, UT

593 North Wright Brothers Drive Salt Lake City, UT
Congratulations on your purchase of a Hoyt Traditional recurve
bow! This versatile high performance bow has been engineered
for a great combination of smooth performance, great feel, speed
and shootability. With some proper use and basic maintenance,
your new bow will provide you with years of good shooting and
dependable service. The following information provides helpful
instruction on the proper care and maintenance of your new Hoyt
bow. Keep this manual as a handy guide for future reference.
593 North Wright Brothers Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 363-2990 Fax: (801) 537-1470
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TRADITIONAL
RECURVE
OWNER’S MANUAL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Information ...........................................................................1
Owner's Personal Record ....................................................................3
Recurve Bow Terminology....................................................................4
Bow Length and String Length .............................................................5
Draw Weight .........................................................................................5
Tiburon and Buffalo Assembly..............................................................6
Dorado and GameMaster II Assembly .................................................6
Stringing a Recurve Bow......................................................................8
Unstringing a Recurve Bow..................................................................9
Adjusting Weight (Tiburon and Buffalo Only) .....................................10
Adjusting Tiller (Tiburon and Buffalo Only).........................................10
Brace Height.......................................................................................11
Arrow Rest Center Shot .....................................................................12
Fine Tuning.........................................................................................12
Bow Maintenance ...............................................................................12
Shooting String Maintenance…..........................................................13
Recurve Bow Riser and Recurve Limb Warranty...............................14
Exclusion of Warranty Coverage ........................................................14
Obtaining Warranty Service................................................................15
Limitation of Liability ...........................................................................16
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WARNING! YOU’RE RESPONSIBLE FOR ARCHERY SAFETY
Please read the following safety information. Disregarding these warnings
may cause serious injury to you and/or others.
1. CAREFULLY INSPECT YOUR BOW BEFORE EACH
USE. Carefully note the condition of the shooting string, limbs and riser
before you shoot. Frayed bowstrings should be replaced. Damaged risers,
limbs, etc. should be reported to your local dealer for inspection or replacement. USING A BOW WITH DAMAGED COMPONENTS
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND FURTHER BOW
DAMAGE.
2. NEVER “DRY FIRE” YOUR BOW. Dry fire means to draw
and release the bowstring without firing an arrow. Firing a bow without an
arrow (to absorb the energy) can cause severe damage to your bow and
possible injury to the shooter or others nearby. Let down the bow slowly
and carefully from any drawn position. Never try drawing a bow that does
not fit your size or strength. Damage caused by a dry fire will not be
covered under warranty.
3. MINIMUM ARROW WEIGHT. Do not shoot an arrow weighing
less than five grains for every pound of peak draw weight. For example:
If your bow’s peak weight is 40 pounds, do not shoot an arrow weighing
less than 200 grains. Shooting an arrow below five grains per pound can
cause damage to your bow and possible injury to the shooter or others
nearby. Damage caused by shooting an arrow that is too light will not be
covered under warranty.
4. NEVER EXPOSE YOUR BOW TO EXTREME HEAT OR
PROLONGED MOISTURE. Excessive heat, such as a sunny day
inside a closed vehicle, could cause component failure. Prolonged storage
in a hot, dry attic or damp basement can also be damaging. Store the bow
properly when not in use. Damage caused by extreme exposure will not
be covered under warranty.
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5. BE SURE OF YOUR BACKSTOP. Make sure that the backstop
you use is large enough to catch a stray arrow and that it is thick enough
that the arrow will not completely penetrate it. Make sure to position it in a
safe direction away from people, animals, buildings and roads.
6. BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET. Make sure that there are no
people, animals, buildings, roads or other objects behind or near your
target. Be absolutely sure of your target in low light conditions.
7. INSPECT ALL ARROWS. Before shooting, inspect your arrows
for damage. Discard cracked or dented shafts. Replace damaged or loose
fletchings and nocks. Never shoot a damaged arrow. Shooting a damaged
arrow can cause serious damage to your bow and or injure the shooter
or others nearby.
8. ALWAYS BE SAFE. Never shoot straight up. Wear safety glasses
when working on and shooting your bow. Be careful around the shooting
string when using broadheads. Cutting the shooting string can cause serious damage to your bow and possible injury to you or others. Do not draw
the bow beyond its maximum draw length. Never point or aim a drawn bow
at another person. An adult must always supervise children.
9. READ AND HEED ALL WARNINGS. Hoyt cannot be held
responsible for injuries suffered or caused by misuse, unsafe or improper
arrow and bow combinations. Hoyt cannot be held responsible for injuries
sustained when using an altered, modified, or damaged Hoyt bow. In
addition, always read the warning labels of any other product being used
in conjunction with a Hoyt bow (target, arrows, quiver...) and adhere by
the safety guidelines.
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OWNER’S PERSONAL RECORD
Fill in the following personal bow record for your reference:
Riser Serial Number
Limb Serial
Number
(Located on the riser under the grip)
(Located on limb label)
Hoyt Riser Model
Purchased From
Purchase Date
Length
Weight
Save your sales receipt and serial number for your
bow. The sales receipt, as well as your serial number, is your proof
of date-of-purchase. Proof of date-of-purchase will be
required should your bow ever need warranty service.
IMPORTANT!
A copy of your sales receipt is required for
warranty purposes.
The sales receipt, as well as the serial number, is your
proof of date-of-purchase. Proof of date-of-purchase will be
required if your bow ever needs warranty service.
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RECURVE BOW TERMINOLOGY
Understanding recurve bow terminology and measuring techniques is
very important in setting up your new bow. Please familiarize yourself with
the following terms and measurements. Refer to them as needed. (Bow
shown from sight window side of bow.)
Upper Limb
Bow String
Tiller Measurement Point
Weight/Tiller Adjustment Bolt
Weight/Tiller Locking Screw
Brace Height
Grip
Center Stabilizer Mounting
Center Serving
Weight/Tiller Locking Screw
Weight/Tiller Adjustment Bolt
Tiller Measurement Point
Lower Limb
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BOW LENGTH AND STRING LENGTH
Bow length is the distance from the tip of the top limb to the tip of the bottom limb of an unstrung bow with the tape following the limbs. Depending
on which riser length and limb length you choose, you can tailor your bow
to your specific needs. Refer to the following chart to determine your bow
length and its appropriate measured string length.
Hoyt measures Flemish strings under 100 pounds of tension. Please
refer to the chart below when selecting a new shooting string for your
bow.
Model
Extra Short
Limbs
Short Limbs
Medium
Limbs
TIBURON
60" Bow
57.25" String
62" Bow
59.25" String
64" Bow
61.25" String
BUFFALO
58" Bow
55.25" String
60" Bow
57.25" String
62" Bow
59.25" String
DORADO
58" Bow
55.25" String
60" Bow
57.25" String
NA
GAMEMASTER II
60” Bow
57.25” String
62" Bow
59.25" String
NA
DRAW WEIGHT
To determine the weight on your Hoyt bow, refer to the limb specifications
located on each limb. The weight marked on the limb is measured at a 28”
standard A.T.A. (Archery Trade Association)
draw length. A.T.A. draw length is measured
at 26 1/4” to the throat of the bow grip plus 1
3/4”. This produces an industry standard by
which draw weights are measured.
Note: Actual limb weight depends upon
draw length, brace height, riser length and
limb bolt setting.
Note: All limb weights are indicated for
a 25" riser.
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BOW ASSEMBLY
INSTALLING LIMBS
Weight/Tiller Adjust Bolt
Limb Butt
Detent Button
Pocket
ASSEMBLY (Tiburon and Buffalo)
1. Before assembling your bow, verify which limbs are top and bottom.
This is indicated on the limb identification label.
2. Carefully align the limb dovetail bushing with the corresponding
slot in the riser pocket and align the forked limb butt with the weight/
tiller adjust bolt. Push the limb into the pocket until the detent button
engages. You will feel or hear a light “click” when this occurs, and the
limb will stay in place under its own weight when fully seated. It is normal at this stage for there to be some vertical movement with the limb.
ASSEMBLY (Dorado and Game Master II)
1. Before assembling your bow, verify which limbs are top and bottom.
This is indicated on the limb identification label.
2. Back out the top and bottom limb bolts approximately one inch. Then
place the forked limb butt on the limb bolt and lower the limb onto the
locator pin. Using the included Allen wrench, tighten the limb bolt until
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the limb bottoms out on the riser. Just snug is all that is needed – do
not over tighten.
3. Do not attempt to string or shoot the bow with the limb bolt backed off
from snug. The bow is designed to be shot with the limb in full contact
with the riser. The top and bottom limbs are preset at the factory for an
appropriate degree of positive tiller.
WARNING!
Always use a bowstringer when stringing or unstringing a recurve bow. Serious injury could occur from
improper installation.
Top Limb
Big Loop
Bottom Limb
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Bottom Limb
Top Limb
2"
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STRINGING A RECURVE BOW
1. Verify that you are installing the correct size of string for the bow you
are stringing. Carefully inspect the string for damage and for any knots
that may have been accidentally tied from being stored.
2. Install the string by first placing the larger end loop on the top limb
and slide the loop so it is approximately six inches from the limb tip.
Place the smaller end loop on the bottom limb string groove. Then slide
the upper end loop up the limb to take up any remaining slack in the
string. The top section of the end loop should be approximately five
inches from the limb tip.
3. With the bottom end loop securely in the bottom limb string groove,
slide the fabric section of the provided recurve bow stringer over the
string side of the bottom limb. Then slide the rubber component over
the top limb, place it approximately six inches from the limb tip. Make
sure the rubber component rests against the target side of the limb and
that the cord that attaches the top and bottom pieces of the stringer is
not tangled and is routed on the string side of the bow.
4. While standing up, with one hand hold the bow in the horizontal
position with the shooting string parallel to the ground, as if the bow
was pointed straight upward. The recurve bow stringer cord should be
dangling at your feet.
5. Simply step on the cord with both feet. Simultaneously pull up on
the bow with one hand so the cord is tightened, flexing the limbs as if
it were being drawn. Slide the top end loop up the limb and secure it
in the top limb string groove. Once the string is in place, relax the cord
by letting the bow down and the shooting string will tighten, holding the
bow in the strung position. Do not flex the limbs further than needed to
install the string.
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6. Carefully inspect the shooting string and verify that it is securely in
the string grooves, and then remove the recurve bow stringer.
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7. Without an arrow, pull the bowstring about two inches and let go
to “seat” the limbs. This completes the assembly procedure. Do not
exceed two inches. Dry firing your bow could cause severe damage to
the bow and possible injury.
8. Carefully inspect the string for excessive wear and damage. NEVER
DRAW OR SHOOT A BOW WITH A DAMAGED BOW STRING.
UNSTRINGING A RECURVE BOW
1. Place the bottom fabric section of the provided recurve bow stringer
on the bottom limb tip, the cord must be routed on the shooting string
side of the limb.
2. Place the top section of the recurve bow stringer over the top
limb, the rubber component should rest on the target side of the limb,
approximately six inches away from the limb tip.
3. While standing up, with one hand hold the bow in the horizontal
position with the shooting string parallel to the ground, as if the bow
was pointed straight upward. The recurve bow stringer cord should be
dangling at your feet.
4. Simply step on the cord with both feet. Simultaneously pull up on the
bow with one hand so the cord is tightened. Flexing the limbs as if it was
being drawn, slide the top end loop down the limb. Once the shooting
string is relaxed, let the bow down and the shooting string and limbs will
relax, and the bow will be in the unstrung position. Do not pull the limbs
further than needed to relax the string.
5. Carefully remove the shooting string by first sliding the top loop down
the limb, with enough slack in the string, remove the bottom end loop,
then slide the top end loop up the limb and remove the string.
6. To keep the shooting string from losing its twists and adjusted length,
clip or weave the top and bottom end loops together so the string will
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not become untwisted. Carefully inspect the string for excessive wear
and damage. NEVER DRAW OR SHOOT A BOW WITH A
DAMAGED BOW STRING.
ADJUSTING WEIGHT (Tiburon and Buffalo only)
Tiburon and Buffalo are adjustable over a draw weight range of approximately 5%, +-2.5% from the preset factory position. The weight/tiller
bolts are preset at three turns from the bottom position.
1. Unstring the bow using an appropriate recurve bow stringer method.
2. Using the longer of the two supplied Allen wrenches; loosen the tiller
bolt locking screw. (see image on pg. 7) If you plan to increase weight
you will need to loosen this screw by more turns than you plan to add
to the tiller screw.
3. Turn the weight/tiller adjustment bolt clockwise to increase bow weight.
Turn it counter-clockwise to decrease bow weight.
4. Using both Allen wrenches, and holding the tiller bolt in place, re-lock
the tiller bolt locking screw.
5. Restring the bow using an appropriate recurve bow stringer method.
Note: From the bottomed out position, the weight/tiller bolt should only
be backed out to a maximum of six complete turns.
WARNING!
Backing the weight/tiller bolt further than six turns
could result in damage to the bow, voiding warranty
and or personal injury.
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ADJUSTING TILLER (Tiburon and Buffalo only)
Tiller is a measurement which indicates the weight relationship of the
top and bottom limb. This static measurement effects bow reaction and
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String
aiming. It is easily measured by noting the difference between the top limb butt to the string,
Top Tiller
and the bottom limb butt and the string. The
difference (if any) is the tiller.
Brace Height
The degree of desirable tiller will vary from
archer to archer, depending upon factors such
as grip pressure, finger pressure, desired
tuning pattern, desired aiming arc, desired
bow reaction and more. As a starting point, it
is usually easiest to tune a bow with 0 to 3/8”
of tiller (distance from bottom limb to string
Bottom Tiller
is equal to that of the top limb, or less, by up
to 3/8”).
Typically, for most shooters with normal finger
and hand pressure, anywhere from 0 to 3/8” of tiller is going to yield a
bow which aims easily without “pulling” high or low, and which shoots
more quietly.
Measure the tiller as shown in the diagram to the right. If you wish to
increase tiller without affecting bow weight, unstring the bow and add
turns to the bottom limb tiller bolt, then subtract the exact same number of
turns from the top limb tiller bolt. After re-locking the bolts and set screws,
restring the bow. Do the opposite to decrease tiller. You can increase both
tiller and bow weight by adjusting the bottom limb only.
Note: From the bottomed out position, the weight/tiller bolt should only
be backed out to a maximum of six complete turns.
BRACE HEIGHT
Hoyt traditional recurves should be braced to a height that results in the
lowest sound on release and least amount of arm slap. Brace height
can measure between 7 ½” to 8 ½”. (see image on pg.11) Experiment
with your bow by adding or subtracting twists from the shooting string
to alter the brace height. Be mindful not to adjust the string too much
at one time, as you may skip over the optimal brace height for your
configuration.
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ARROW REST AND CENTER SHOT
Tiburon and Buffalo feature a crowned full-radius shelf, optimal for traditional “off the shelf” shooting, with the use of the included rest pads.
For Dorado and GameMaster II, since the design is cut for full clearance
past center, you may also use any commonly available conventional
recurve bow rest such as the Hoyt Hunter Rest or other suitable flipper
or springy rest. Additional shelf pads and arrow rests are available from
your Hoyt dealer.
The final step of tuning is to position your center shot. To start, position
the arrow slightly outside of the center of the bowstring. To do that,
begin by nocking an arrow and placing it on the arrow rest. Do not draw
the bow, but position yourself behind the string side of the bow, looking
down the arrow. Align the string down the center of the limbs and riser
and check to see the position of the arrow tip relative to this line. Adjust
the plunger or arrow rest until the inside edge of the arrow shaft aligns
with this line.
FINE TUNING
For advanced methods, see your local dealer. An additional source
of detailed information is the Easton Arrow Tuning and Maintenance
Guide, available for a nominal fee from Easton Technical Products,
5040 W. Harold Gatty Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, (801) 539-1400
or online at www.eastonarchery.com.
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MAINTENANCE
Hoyt traditional recurves feature robust components and simple
designs and are very low-maintenance. A very light protective coat of
oil on the limb bolts on an occasional basis is all that is needed. Never
leave a strung bow in a vehicle or other place where temperatures
may be elevated. Basically, don’t store a strung bow in a place YOU
wouldn’t want to be. Do not leave a strung bow resting on the limb for
an extended amount of time. Flexing the limbs out of alignment for an
extended amount of time may cause the limb to lose its alignment.
Hoyt limbs are very low maintenance. However, a few simple actions
can help keep them looking new and prevent minor problems. The
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most common limb issue is loose hardware (Tiburon and Buffalo Only).
Over time, the stainless-steel button head screw holding the limb detent
system in the limb can loosen. Use an Allen wrench to periodically retighten this screw. Do not over-tighten. The screw is designed to be
removable to allow cleaning in the event of water immersion. However,
the components are corrosion resistant and normal rainfall is not a
problem. Lubricant is not required on any limb component when the
limbs are used in Hoyt risers.
Wood core limbs are potentially susceptible to moisture infiltration if the
protective finish is damaged (by a deep scratch, for example). The use
of clear nail polish or clear automotive touch-up paint will help re-seal
the wood and prevent moisture problems. After use in wet conditions,
towel dry your limbs and riser to prevent water damage (do not use a
heat source).
SHOOTING STRING MAINTENANCE
All Hoyt Traditional bow models come equipped with the Hoyt Custom
Flemish string. Apply a light coat of bowstring wax to your bow’s shooting string on a regular basis. Hoyt suggests once every two weeks
during peak use. Use a high quality bowstring wax available at your
local Hoyt pro shop. This will keep your bow’s shooting string in good
condition. To ensure best results, replace your string when wear is
evident or every two years under normal use conditions. Insist that a
Hoyt Flemish shooting string be used on your bow. Beware of lesser
quality strings as they may alter the performance of your bow or cause
damage to it, possibly voiding the warranty. Never expose your string to
extended periods of extreme heat or prolonged moisture.
A bow should not be drawn or shot without the string components
properly installed and secured. (For example: kisser button, nock point,
string silencers, etc.)
Improper installations of string components are a potential safety hazard. Hoyt does not recommend the use of brass or other metal clampon nocking point devices. Only a qualified archery pro shop should
install string components.
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RECURVE BOW RISER AND RECURVE LIMB WARRANTY
PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT CAREFULLY. IT CONTAINS VERY
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS, AS WELL AS LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS THAT MAY
APPLY TO YOU.
Hoyt warrants to the ORIGINAL OWNER that the Hoyt Recurve
Bow Riser, will be free from defects in materials and workmanship
for the lifetime of the product and Hoyt Recurve Limbs, will be free
from defects in materials and workmanship for one year from date of
purchase. Hoyt Recurve Bow Riser and Hoyt Recurve Limb warranty is
regulated under the following terms and conditions:
1. The original owner must retain and provide an original and dated
proof of purchase (sales receipt). THIS WARRANTY IS NOT TRANSFERABLE.
2. THE ORIGINAL OWNER MUST REGISTER THE RISER OR LIMBS
WITH HOYT WITHIN 30 DAYS OF PURCHASE. To register your product, visit www.hoyt.com/customer_service/ to complete the registration
process electronically, or contact Hoyt at (801) 363-2990 to request a
registration card.
3. All risers and limbs must have the original serial number factoryattached to the bow. The serial number must remain legible.
EXCLUSIONS OF WARRANTY COVERAGE
This Limited Lifetime Warranty covers normal use of the product, and
Hoyt does not warrant and is not responsible for:
1. The use of aftermarket products/accessories that alter Hoyt’s specs
or design.
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2. Damage to strings, damping materials, arrow rests & pads, finish
(including paint, anodize, powder coat and film-dipped finishes) resulting from normal wear-and-tear.
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3. If bow shows sign of misuse, alteration, or mishandling, this warranty will be void.
4. Use of arrows weighing less than 5 grains per pound of draw weight
will void the warranty.
5. Damage to ‘other’ accessories.
6. Aftermarket replacement strings.
7. Bows returned to Hoyt without a Return Authorization number
obtained by a Hoyt Authorized Dealer.
OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE
To obtain warranty service, you must return your bow to a Hoyt
Authorized Dealer. The dealer can help to determine if Hoyt factory
service is required or if the dealer can complete the repair. Authorized
Hoyt dealers may provide additional services and apply additional
charges for service work performed by the dealer. If the bow must be
returned to the factory, THE BOW OWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE FREIGHT CHARGES TO HOYT. Hoyt, in turn, will pay for the
same return freight of the repaired product. Before any bow is returned
to Hoyt, a Return Authorization (RA) number must be obtained through
an Authorized Hoyt Dealer. Please note that Hoyt will not issue RA’s to
consumers. Bows returned to the factory without a Return Authorization number obtained from a Hoyt Authorized Dealer may be denied
warranty service. If Hoyt determines, in its sole discretion, that a bow
qualifies for warranty repair, Hoyt will make every effort to repair the
bow. Repairs may be performed with original parts when available.
Hoyt reserves the right to make part substitutions on warranty coverage for any reason. If original parts are not available, suitable replacement parts/components may be used. If the Hoyt bow is not repairable,
but qualifies for warranty coverage, Hoyt will replace the bow with a
bow of similar feature and product class in Hoyt’s sole determination.
THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
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THAT EXTEND BEYOND THOSE WRITTEN HERE. NO AGENT,
EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE OF HOYT OR ITS DEALERS
HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO BIND HOYT TO ANY AGREEMENT NOT
HEREIN STATED.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
IN NO EVENT SHALL HOYT BE LIABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PARTY FOR ANY SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT
OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, EVEN
IF THE COMPANY OR ANY OF THE COMPANY AFFILIATES HAS
BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO
EVENT SHALL HOYT OR ANY HOYT AFFILIATE BE LIABLE TO YOU
OR ANY OTHER PARTY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR INJURY OF ANY
KIND BEYOND THE BOW ITSELF.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state or country to country.
Any bow returned must have the following:
• Must be sent postage paid.
• Must include a copy of the dated sales receipt.
• Must include a short note explaining the nature of
the problem.
• Must include a Hoyt Return Authorization number.
• Should not include accessories unless otherwise instructed
when the Return Authorization Number is obtained.
HOYT WARRANTY
593 North Wright Brothers Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 363-2990 Fax: (801) 537-1470
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