The Beiter Plunger, developed 1985 to 1986, was introduced at the Las Vegas Shoot 1987. Actually it is represented on archery fields world wide.
The Beiter Plunger is produced out of precision machined parts (the Beiter company supplies the watch-, precision-mechanic- and medical industry and is used to work only with the finest materials).
The notching scale cylinder allows an exact and reproducible spring tension time after time.
The thread cylinder is made out of high-grade refined steel, the springs out of stainless harmonic steel, the notching scale cylinder and the slotted nut out of anodised aluminum. The material used for the Plunger Pin offers excellent glide- and wear-behaviour by using aluminum-, aluminum-carbon- or carbon-arrows.