Bill is quite right about the arrow rest, but I disagree about the need for a glove on the bow hand. New feathers or old can give a nasty cut, but only if your hand is too high on the bow, or the arrow is too low on the string.No! It would detract from the principle of a traditional bow. Shoot off the hand. I use a glove as new feathers can give a nasty cut.
Not sure about a Grozer, but a mate of mine glued a small wooden rest on his Kassai. I was so impressed I put one on my SKB Mongolian. Very easy to do and made a world of difference. A very simple way to do this is to cut a tapered wedge out of thick leather and slide it into the top of the grip if you have a leather one. That gives enough to position the shaft. Very effective. CheersIs it practical to put an arrow rest on a Grozer Horsebow
check the nock height in relation to the 'rest' (your hand), it may need to be a little higher so that the arrow lifts off your hand when released.Strangely enough I get no arrow-burn on my Old Scythian, but get a lot on my Assyrian, and only with 3-finger draw, never with thumb-draw.