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Old 07-28-2008, 03:45 PM
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Totally agree!!! Great Product!!!
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Old 07-28-2008, 03:49 PM
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I just have this thing about my string slamming into something at the end of the travel that bothers me. That and my bow is really shock free and quiet the way it is. I don't see how a string hitting a piece of rubber can be quieter than my current bow. I would be willing to try one if someone gave me one, but I'm not going to spend the money to fix a problem I don't have.

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Honestly Paul I totally see your point and was amazed when I put one on. Don't take my word for it but if you ever get a chance, try it.
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Old 07-28-2008, 05:29 PM
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I might at one point put one on Nikki's Rintec. The perfect challenge would be my old Martin cheetah. I have looked at and heard others that have them though and I don't think they are as quiet as good string silencer myself. There is just no way it can hit that stop and be quiet at the same time, you will always hear it hit.

I don't doubt they stop the recoil dead though, but I bet it actually adds shock when the string hits.

It's a pretty simple device actually, I may try and just make one some day and try it out. Certainly not a new concept I have seen them for years on different factory bows.

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