I just put furniture pad, curious how some of you guys shooting an ILF bow off the shelf did yours.... Pictures?
Grant,Would anyone be interested if I ordered a few feet of this:
And finished it off in the mill in custom lengths?
I'm thinking product #IE2015
Acrylic 95A hardnesses. I can use 1/8" acrylic half rod bent to run up the side plate and cover with velcro. Makes no difference in my shot. arrow clears just fine. cock feather out.You have to fill the void between the pads. Also what are the pads/humps made of?
I guess that's a special part of the Trad Worlds, as I cannot find the bolded in the IBO rules. ???Here's the scoop from the IBO rules for the Trad Worlds recurve class:
Arrows shall be shot off the hand or shelf of the riser only. An arrow side plate (if used) may only extend one (1)
inch above the arrow. No soft materials that will assist or affect the paradox of the arrow may be used to build up the shelf or strike plate of the riser. Archers may use a hard material on the shelf or on the side of the riser under a hair or leather strip that does not exceed 1/8" thickness. The shelf may not be built up in a manner that will give the archer an advantage in terms of feather or vane clearance. The intent is that the shelf meets the
side of the riser (strike plate) so the built-up shelf may not be a pyramid that provides clearance and separation from the bow riser.