Title:
BOW-LEX-A archery bow mounted clock and compass attachment
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
1. The BOW-LEX archery bow, time piece (clock) and compass bracket attachment consists of the following: A bracket constructed of but not limited to any metal, plastic, carbon fiber or co-polymers which attaches to a archery bow riser through a 7/16 hole in the bracket using a bolt, screw or other attachments such as but not limited to stabilizers, vibration aids, wrist strap or string slide to sandwich the BOW-LEX bracket between the bow riser and the attachment such as mentioned.

2. The bracket is a thin egg shaped plate the 7/16 attachment hole on one end and a flat area on the other which to mount or attach a LED clock with or without lighting using but not limited to 2 sided tape, Velcro, clip, adhesive or glue.

3. On the opposite side as the clock is a liquid filled but not limited to a liquid filled compass mounted in the same fashion as the clock, (clock and compass are back to back, separated by the bracket). The BOW-LEX is not limited to any specific color, shape or texture including camouflage for hunting situations.




Inventors:
Madsen, Wade Alan (Rockford, MI, US)
Application Number:
12/070598
Publication Date:
09/04/2008
Filing Date:
02/20/2008
Primary Class:
International Classes:
F41B5/14
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Primary Examiner:
NICONOVICH, ALEXANDER R
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Wade Alan Madsen (Rockford, MI, US)
Claims:
What is claimed is:

1. An archery apparatus for continuously monitoring direction, day.

2. month and time of day, mounting to said archery bow, said archery apparatus comprising 1. The said archery bow, time piece (clock) and compass bracket attachment comprising of the following: The said bracket constructed of not limited to metal, plastic, carbon fiber or co-polymers which attaches to said archery bow riser through a 7/16 hole in the small end of the bracket using a bolt, screw or other archery attachments such as and not limited to stabilizers, camera, vibration aids, wrist strap or tracking string slide to secure the said bracket between the bow riser and the attachment such as mentioned. 2. The said bracket is a thin egg shaped plate the 7/16 attachment hole on one end and a flat area on the other which to mount or attach said led clock with or without lighting using but not limited to 2 sided tape, velcro, clip, adhesive or glue. 3. On the opposite side of the said bracket is said liquid filled compass not limited to a liquid filled or electronic compass mounted in the same fashion as the said clock, (clock and compass are back to back, separated said bracket). The said apparatus is not limited to specific color, shape or texture including camouflage for hunting situations.

Description:

DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION

The following description illustration of the invention by way of example not by way of limitation. The description will clearly enable one skilled in the art to make and use the invention, and describes what I presently believe to be the best mode of carrying out the invention.

FIG. 1 Bracket.

FIG. 2 Clock to bracket.

FIG. 3 Compass to bracket.

FIG. 4 Right hand bracket to bow.

A clock F mounted to a bracket G using two sided tape E and the compass C mounted to opposite side of bracket G also using two sided tape E.

Mounting the bracket G to the bow riser A using a bolt B or an archery attachment D through hole H to fasten the bracket G.

The clock F to be mounted last after the compass C is mounted to the bracket G and the bracket G mounted to the bow rise A after determining left or right hand usage.