How do I figure out where to tie a string loop on my bowstring fer bowhunting?

June 30, 2010 by Bowhunter  
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BlonDDe asked:

I have a browning mirage, if that makes a difference.

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Where can I buy archery equipment for cheap?

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4 Responses to “How do I figure out where to tie a string loop on my bowstring fer bowhunting?”
  1. Bowtech says:

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    maybe this link will help you. I have always used a Horton cross-bow, so I have only helped friends string theirs.

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    if you havent figured it out yet, my advice is to call an archery shop and ask them.

  3. Garden Ponds Supply

    If you’re speaking of a nocking loop, it would go directly above & below where your arrow nock fits onto the string. Your best bet would be to go to a reputable archery shop & have them install it for you. You don’t want that puppy to come loose while you are at full draw!~

  4. Car History says:

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    hi there
    you will need a bow square and a piece of dental floss. snap your bow square on,leave the bottom edge half the thickness of the arrow above the prong rest, on the string at the zero on the square tie your piece of dental floss, this is the center of your arrow nock. tie your realise string either side of the dental floss, leaving enough room for your nock,.if you have never put a pull string on be very care full when you pull your first arrow , if you are unsure please take it to a bow shop and have one put on. take care and be safe.

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