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    I am going to put a rubber stall mat behind my targets. I am only going to hook it at the top and let it hang. Will that damage my arrows when I hit it? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Ok, I am curious to find out what you guys use to silence your take down recurves. I am assuming that between the riser and the limb all three would work with different results, but on the top and bottom, between the string and limb, only fabric would do. What type of fabric do you use, would...
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    I my gosh, what is Whisperbow doing now. Maybe someone has already warfed one of these old Indian compound risers but if not here you are. i don't recommend working with this riser because the steel under the rubber coating is nasty stuff. It was one of those typical scenarios where you think it...
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    Hi, I'm about to repaint an old riser. Where I had the stab and plunger screwed in showed some wear. I'm a bit OCD, so I don't like that especially if I change my set up to now expose a ring scored in the paint, etc. I was thinking of padding the riser where any metal hits it with these...
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    Any way to keep them flat? As I shoot they pucker up in the middle. Has no affect, just an unsightly visual. I tried barge cement and then Gorilla glue. The Gorilla glue was not prepped all that good I guess and maybe that is why it lifted. I should have cleaned it better. Bill
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    Where do you fellows get the rubber pads for your warf DAS bows? I ordered a set of pads from 3Rivers. To my surprise, they only sell the entire pad assemblies: metal base and rubber pad. They do no sell the rubber pad by itself. Options: 1- make one yourself, how? 2- remove the one...
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    I'm sure I'm not the first person to have thought of this ,but,, boy does it work well. If you're getting back into shooting after a shoulder injury as I am, and you're worried that even a light poundage bow may be too much .... .... make up a string from tied together rubber bands and put it...
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    Has anyone considered using one of these in place of a thumb ring, i.e. just the single finger section just below the nock point?
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    So I have an awesome deathwish longbow, tonkin boo lambs, shoots like a rocket. It came with a leather grip, and I have alwsys shot all my longbows with a leather grip. Just wondering what the black widow slip-on rubber grip would be like. Has anyone tried both and found you prefered one over...
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    What kind of glue is used to secure the rubber limb pad on the DAS riser? The rubber pad keeps lifting on one end and I would like to secure it, but I am not certain what type of glue I should apply.
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    I need to go without my bow for some months. Anybody know where I can get the rubber bands to work on form? I’m out of country, so is there any internet site to order them?
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    Has anyone ever tried this stuff to make a rubberized grip for a metal riser? I ran across this stuff in TRUE VALUE and thought it may just be what I need to convince me to get a QUINN bow,I would like a QUINN but the thought of holding that metal riser in the cold weather has held me up.Comes...
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    I know you guys saw Hogtamers very interesting and impressive "Old Timer" Bad to Bone slingshot shooter, or 'Bean Shooter thread. I want to make some, Ok where is a source for the rubber like the guy was useing, and what kind of pocket did it have? Dogs pooping in your yard? a dried Pinto bean...
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    If you use one of the rubber/plastic stick on rests like the Hoyt Hunter AND a plunger do you cut off the little tab or bump so that you just have the 'arm'? I'm assuming the tab/bump takes the place of a plunger if you choose not to use a plunger.
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    Howdy all, was getting my Jennings riser ready for new paint. I got my plastic grip off in one piece, but see how you could break the hard old plastic real easy. Ends up I have a rubber grip for my compound from PSE that fits REAL close, A small bump against the belt sander and it should be...
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    I like to feel my anchor point with the tip of my finger. I have tried cutting the tips out of a glove and cut my tab to 1/8 of where the string releases, so that my fingers are exposed. But wondered if there are any that have tried the No Glov rubber that fits around the string so that bare...
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    This might be common knowledge but I thought I pass it on any how. The metal grip on my Stallion has been getting pretty slippery these days in the heat. Tried wrapping it with friction tape, worked, but kinda sticky and looked like heck. My kid had an old bike inner tube in the garage so I cut...
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    I shoot a Hoyt riser warf which has a molded grip similar to the Quinn Stallion. Shot it all summer with no issues. As fall came on I started practicing with my gloves and hunting cloths etc. I began to have some strange fliers here and there. Long story short the addition of the glove which...
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