How do I get the owner's manual for my bow?
How do I use the TW-Brace tool for the alignment of my bow?
Caution: Do not draw over 29 inches (over the red dot) or the TW-Brace could collapse. At any draw length, the TW-Brace stores a significant amount of energy which, if suddenly leaked, could injure the user AND damage the bow. Do not bump or dislodge the TW-Brace when in use and always shorten the TW-Brace by rotating the center section before removing it from the bow.
How do I adjust the poundage and tiller of my bow?
To adjust the tiller and/or poundage of your bow, first loosen the locking bolt on the back of the riser. Then adjust the poundage of the limb from the front of the riser. If adjusting tiller only change one limb at a time. If adjusting poundage adjust both limbs the same amount in the same direction, this way you will not affect your tiller while adjusting poundage.
What is the recommended brace height for my bow?
Here are our recommended brace height ranges:
|Long limbs (70'')||Medium limbs (68'')||Short limbs (66'')|
|Inno Carbon (27''), Inno CXT, TF Apecs, ProAccent, Winex, Winact (25'')||22,5 - 24,5cm||21,5 - 24,5cm||20,5 - 23cm|
|Inno Carbon, ProAccent, Winact (23'')||21,5 - 23,5cm||20,5 - 23cm||20 - 22,5cm|
What string material should I use?
We suggest materials like Angel Majesty and Dyneema, Fastflight, 8125, etc. We also discourage users from using materials like 452X, 8190X and other materials that will put undue stress on the bow potentially leading to eventual damage. This is not an exclusive materials that you can use, just a suggestion of the types of strings that will and won't work with your bow.
Why do I need to inspect all my arrows before shooting?
Before shooting, you need to inspect your arrows carefully. Any defect on the shaft, nocks and vanes could lead to damage your bow and hurt yourself.
Why does my bow need a safe and dry storage?
Never expose your bow to extreme heat or moisture. Excessive heat such as experienced in a closed car could damage your bow. Please take note that any failure due to extreme temperature or moisture will void the warranty of your bow.
How long does the warranty of my bow last?
Every Win&Win bow comes with a limited warranty of 2 years, starting at the day of purchase. From the first year since the day of purchase, Win&Win bows are fully warranted against factory defects in material and workmanship to the original owner. The invoice given to you by your local dealer will be needed in case of a warranty request. Before requiring our warranty service, please get to your local dealer first.
Any bow or any piece returned to Win&Win Archery for warranty service:
How to contact us?
If you have any enquiry, feel free to send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. In case of a warranty request, please make sure that you contacted your local dealer first. Sometimes, it is better to send some pictures attached to your message. It will make our answer easier. Please also make sure to send a copy of your dealer's invoice.
How to control the weight of the handle?
The Inno CXT handle has a unique weight control system. The weight of the riser is adjustable from 1150 to 1300 grams so you can customize the weight to fit your desire. You can also had some extra weights on your stabiliser.
NEVER dry fire your bow!
Dry fire your bow means drawing and releasing the string without an arrow. The energy stored in the limbs and the riser could cause high damages to the bow and yourself or other people around.
In case of a dry fire, inspect the handle and the limbs carefuly. Most of the time, your bow is damaged otherwise broken. Please note that the warranty of your bow will be declared void.
How to lock the limbs carefully?
In order to improve and increase the accuracy of your Win&Win bow, please consider that there's a tight connection between the riser and the limbs. Push in the limbs until you hear a "lock" sound. This sound will assure a proper limb placement.