2008 Martin MOAB - 45-60#, set at about 51-53# / 55#" Perfect Line" compound/ 55# Mongol horsebow/ 45# "Perfect Line" takedown recurve/ 45# Bearpaw Grizzly hunter recurve/ 55# Samick Longbow Cheetah ... and several homemade bows
Alien String Silencers:
...sorry - couldn't resist...
I have to wonder just how far that thing will fly if you shoot the bow. lol
yep alex thats the plan..it not loud to start with ... unless I do some thing dumb...lol
Thanks for the link hutch..that should help keep it tight. had to laugh i use clothes pins too
now spiker that almost made me spit coffee all over my laptop ..how do the work for you can you get them in red or mt berry..lmao bet they just come in green huh
those are the stock silencers on aliens, although i got mine in the black.....
2010 rytera x. apache rest, truglo 5pin. 8in shockbocker 1000 stabilizer. norway g2 string tamer Huch-n-Son strings
2010 rytera z apache carbon rest axt primal x5 sight
oh you mean i have to buy a new bow to get some oh darn "hey honey, I know what i want now"..
I use the same configuration my Bullet-X came with when I bought it.
Limbsavers on the limbs, and Super Leeches on the string.
I tried an STS, but I didn't like what I saw on the chrono. So, I pulled the Leeches, and got some speed back, but it still wasn't as fast as it was without the STS.
So, I played around with it for a few days, and finally decided that the Leeches worked well enough at dampening the string twang, that the STS wasn't important enough to warrant a speed loss of almost 10 F.P.S.
Since then, I have discovered that any string stop, including the Mathews limb mounted ones, negate any speed increase from Leeches or speed nocks.
If you must have an STS, you are better off removing the speed nocks, Leeches, or whiskers.