If you were getting a lot of peep rotation with the OE string then it wasn't built with the same care as aftermarket strings and is quite common with most OE strings, regardless of the bow brand. Most of these will settle down after a while, but some take longer than others. Soem, like Zebra strings never seem to settle down.
Originally Posted by MastaMarksman
I don't know who builds the Hammerhead strings, but they should be pretty good right from the git go. I haven't seen any yet to make an honest comparison to most of the aftermarket strins I've used, but giving Martin credit it's their attempt at trying to give customers a better product for their money. Better strings is just one other thing to take into consideration when choosing a new bow. A decent set of aftermarket strings will average about $75 so consider this in the price when shopping.
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