The material used to make these strings is B50 which is a polyester allowing the string to stretch and come back to its length cushioning the limbs with every shot.
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 lower end loop over nail 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 start and end of center serving. C (23 " to 30") 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 a Single 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..
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1. Joeon 3/27/2017, said:
Been using their strings for many years and have thousands of shots on strings. No One builds them better.