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Spigarelli string jig
Does anyone know where i can get a Spigarelli string jig? Alt. services have none in stock and i have not seen them stocked elsewhere.
if not,is there another made of similar quality as all the others I have seen or tried are too feeble and cannot apply tension to the string.
If all else fails i will have to make my own.Any plans out there?
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You could try giving Quicks a call, they can try and get most things if you ask.
Thanks for that,but I have now read a bit about the spig jig and it seems not as good as i thought it was!
I am hoping to get my hands on a jig made by the Archery coach Ken Bearman (who is a retired Engineer) so i will be able to draw up plans from that and make my own.Unfortunatly Ken does not make them anymore.
the Spig jig isn't bad, is fairly solid compared to a lot of the jigs out there. Definatley miles better than the arten one our club has!
C makes it easy to shoot yourself in the foot. C++ makes it harder, but when you do, it blows away your whole leg...
Centreshot sells it, I think. I think the one I got from there is a Spigarelli, but it doesn't seem to have a brand label on it anywhere obvious.
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As I type, Peter is downstairs using our Spig to make a string for a club bow. It's been great, and is much more substantial than the club owned one. With 3 of us shooting, as well as Peter encouraging club members to try making their own, the jig makes loads of strings. The only criticism I have is that the bolts that lets the ends swivel could have had a wing type top to let you tighten /loosen by hand, I have to use a spanner, which is only a slight pain, other than that it's a solid bit kit.