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    hey guys ,how do u tell what year ur bow is ? mines a trophy hunter bought at u know where, i think its a saber

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    heres another do limb savers slow yer speed down, also what about whiskers?

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    The answer to your first question can be found in first two numbers in you bow number. The answer to your second question is yes, either string silencer will slow your bow down. The silencers shouldn't decrease your speed by anymore than 10 fps.

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    wow thats quite a bit ,what about this ,the guy that set it up put two knocks in my d loop for a knock guide, i kinna told him that my old bow had serveing tied in for that, he said this is better, he said it puts a down ward force on the arrow, is he right? or is he lazy and just swiped 20 fps?from my bow

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    no you really didnt need those nocks if you have a d-loop, and yes, anything you have on your string will take away speed, especially whiskers or string silencers.

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    jake the d loop is kinna big with no real centering to it if i take the knocks off i will be able to go up and down on the string pretty far

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    then he obviously didnt tie it tight, my shop has a tool that hooks the d loop and sets it into the string...

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