How to Measure Your Bowstring
"Example: A Bow String Master designated as AMO 66” (bow length) will have an actual length under tension of 63”. That's the "rule". However, many traditional bows--old or new--do NOT follow AMO/ATA specs so to be more accurate its best to measure the string if its available. And remember when measuring a recurve style bow you need to follow the curve of the limbs.
When Measuring put a nail in a board and put on lower end loop to measure from. Then start with your total length A (0-54") Then measure the lower end serving B (0- 5") Then measure the center serving from the tip of the lower end loop to the start and end of the center serving. C (23" to 31") and then measure the other end serving length if different. D (0-5"). Bottom loop 1.25"
Top loop 1.75"
For center serving we use Crown Serving so you get a smooth finger release, color choices to choose from are Black, Hunter Green and Gray.
If you wish to have the same Color String Please choose the same color in both Color Option Boxes.
Serving choices are: Flo Green, Dark Purple, Black, White, Red, Blue, Hunter Green, Dark Brown, Light Brown, Teal, Yellow and Orange, Gray, Bronze, Hot Pink, Flo Orange, Light Purple. Please add your serving color choice to the box in each section for string and serving lengths..