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What is the Berger (plunger) hole on a bow?




What is the Berger hole on a bow?

The Berger Hole, also known as a plunger hole, in archery refers to the tapped hole that can be found above the arrow shelf when you look at a compound bow. The arrow rest is normally screwed into the BH from the exterior of the riser. Generally, when setting up your bow, it is considered standard practice to have the arrow positioned at the center of the BH. However, some archers believe that a bow will tune better when the arrow rest is slightly higher on the Burger Hole.

A Berger hole is for the Plunger Button.



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