Don't fit them until you have tried the bow limb dampers first. The limb dampers will probably do most of the work.I sent off for some cheapo limb dampers which arrived with 2 stick on dampers and 2 little blobby crosses and no instructions about what to do with the little blobby crosses..
Does anyone have any (polite.....) suggestions for what to do with them?
I just think it became a thing that everyone ran with. I just put rubber crap on because it looks a bit tasty and doesn't seem to do any harm. Bit of fun.IMO if it needs damping then something is wrong with the design, the string or the arrows.
That's the bonkersness of modern archery equipment... it's a mad race for flatter and flatter trajectories, with lighter and lighter arrows... and then when things get a tad harsh people start using fat strings, dampers, stabilisers... anvil on a stick etc.
I'm put out. I just got an enlarged picture of the dampers. No helicopters or pants at allI pressed the little icon and I get a load of text and various pictures including a helicopter and a lady showing her pants.
On the whole an improvement on string dampeners.