For all those archery enthusiasts out there, here’s how to tie a string loop on your bow.
This is important to know because it provides a little more room for error after release for short axle-to-axle bows. It also helps to minimize torque off your release at full draw.
After you tie a loop, the next step will be to shoot through paper to make sure the loop height is correct. If any minor adjustments are needed, you can then adjust accordingly. Once you finalize your height, you can attach nock spacers, and then you’re ready to shoot.
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