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Thread: Fluorescent recurve string - improved sight picture ?

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    In the Gold dvd8n's Avatar
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    I used to use a white string but then I had a cataract op and since then I found that white dazzled me in all but the dimmest of lights. I ended up having to go to black string to be able to see the target.
    Where are my dancing penguins? I was promised penguins ............

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    Well i shot indoors last night for the first time in almost two years and outdoors in unexpected sunshine and can report that, for me, fluoro is definitely the way to go.

    No earth shattering scores but much improved grouping - long may this continue.




    Karl
    I meant to do that - honest ! !

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    one of my fellow club members has reported an improvement in seeing the string alignment

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