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Dynaflight Formula 8125

Old 07-07-2004, 11:18 AM
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Default Dynaflight Formula 8125

Anybody here used this string material? What do you think?

I've just twisted up 25 strings with it (15 to go), but already I'm starting to like this stuff--working with it anyway. I probably never would have tried it, but got a request so..........here I am. I haven't made myself a string with it yet, but plan on it when I get time. Figure it will shoot just like a Dyna '97, since it's the same material, but who knows. I was thinking it would be a lot smaller than '97 (it's not) and harder to work with (it's not--might even be a little easier to work with). What are your thoughts?

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Old 07-08-2004, 07:00 AM
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Default RE: Dynaflight Formula 8125

I've got it on a couple of my longbows in endless strings. First tried it on my FITA bow when I saw a lot of the archers at the NAA Nationals were shooting it. It feels somewhat softer on my fingers, but that might just be my imagination. I know O.L. Adcock puts it on all his bows.
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Old 07-08-2004, 09:09 AM
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I have been shooting it for about 7 months now. Made up a 16 strand, nice speed and feels good in the hand also.
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Old 07-08-2004, 12:12 PM
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Default RE: Dynaflight Formula 8125

I don't think it's your imagination Floxter--something I hadn't thought of though. The smaller strands being more flexible probably do have a somewhat softer, or less stiff, feel. The strings I am making now are for Bob Morrison--he likes 14 strands , 18 in the loops. When I make one for myself, I'll probably go with 18 strands, 21 or 22 in the loops. I still don't think there will be an performance difference, but I have been wrong before.

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