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Aftermarket string stop #2508933 08/16/11 04:00 PM
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Thinking about investing in an aftermarket string stop. Either the limbsaver one or that string tamer II one. Anyone have any experience with these products? Just curious as to how much they actually quiet your bow down..


Re: Aftermarket string stop [Re: dusten01] #2509041 08/16/11 04:44 PM
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Had the string tamer on my old bow and it worked pretty good. My old bow was already quite but it did make a small difference.



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I avoid Dick's and hope they fold.
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would you say it was a difference worth the $50 ?


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I think mine is. Also stopped the string from oscillating so far forward it hit my arm guard. I now only use it with loose or bulky clothing. My string will last longer too.



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Re: Aftermarket string stop [Re: passthru] #2509404 08/16/11 06:55 PM
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Ok, I apologize. I had a vibracheck on mine and I paid aorund $30 for it and it was well worth the $30. I dont shoot with an arm gaurd anymore. It dampened the sound/vibration and saved me many 4 letter words from the string hitting my arm.



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I avoid Dick's and hope they fold.
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Same here Vibracheck on mine no problems so far.


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