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Discuss string stop/suppressor at the Compound Bow within Archery Interchange Forums; Originally Posted by KidCurry I machined a stop for my Podium. Improved the feel and ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KidCurry View Post
    I machined a stop for my Podium. Improved the feel and noise of the bow no end. Couldn't decide if it affected accurracy so probably didn't.
    The debate has raged for ages, but people have seen both yes and no.
    However, the ones reported affecting accuracy weren't in good condition and were typically the capture type like used on some bear compounds.
    I've seen my bow (2014 PCE FX ) and a current Prevail FX, both with standard flat string stoppers both in a shooting machine, continuously putting arrows in the same hole at 12m.
    That tends to stop me being concerned.

    The string hits my wrist if I take it off, so it stays on and is just another thing to inspect every now and then.





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    Quote Originally Posted by KidCurry View Post
    I machined a stop for my Podium. Improved the feel and noise of the bow no end. Couldn't decide if it affected accurracy so probably didn't.
    If I am more comfortable with the bow when it is fitted with a string stopper then I will shoot better. The string stopper improves me not the bow.
    just point,pull & click the mouse button

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    Perhaps when the stopper is on, you and the bow both shoot better.

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    Could be.... Single post Goeff, what happened??
    just point,pull & click the mouse button

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