Manufacturer Of In-Line Vertical Crossbows & Draw-Loc

For Bowhunters and Target Shooters Worldwide

Manufacturer Of In-Line Vertical Crossbows & Draw-Loc

For Bowhunters and Target Shooters Worldwide

From the inventor Jerry Goff

“Former World Class Heavyweight Boxer to Inventor of the Vertical Crossbow and Draw-Loc”

The Draw-Loc was invented in 1995 after having multiple shoulder injuries and lacking the ability to draw a bow and from that point on the evolution began. Several years later the Draw-Loc Bows were designed and became popular to “Under Ground” Bowhunters, Not widely accepted by the “Main Street” Bowhunter Groups fearing it would destroy or eliminate bowhunting. In the mid 2000’s the loosening of the crossbow restriction began and attitudes started changing significantly about the way crossbows and Draw-Locs were used. A new Draw-Loc, the “In-Line”, was designed and produced and really changed things. It was more ridged, quieter and made users feel safer about using a devise like this on their compound bow. Shortly after, the Original Vertical Crossbow was built, first with the Draw-Loc Trigger and 1 year later added the Bullpup Trigger, a real game changer.

By moving the trigger more to the center of the square trigger tube, it made the bow extremely balanced without reducing the power stroke and the bow was not nearly as heavy in the front end. This bow was great for most adult shooters, but still too long for some younger or shorter folks. After of couple of years with good success with the Original, it was time to make a bow that could be shot by anyone, so the Mini was born.

The “Mini Vertical Crossbow” was great for shorter, smaller shooters, but had awesome speed and power for any applications and the lager sized hunters felt very comfortable shooting without losing accuracy. Wow, a very tiny bow that anyone can shoot, with all of the performance a hunter or shooter needs to get the job done, the Most Perfect Crossbow!
If you would like to read the full story our History please visit

https://www.drawloc.com/content/our-history