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    Hey Bunnyman

    what type of STS systems are you folks using in your neck of the woods?
    I thought you had a picture of one a while ago on here

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    Hey Jeff, whats up.....Right now I have 3 STS's and 1 Norway Duravane Stringtamer......

    the string tamer is pretty awsome......and looks the cleanest.....

    I like the STS, but the Duravane is REALLY the nicer of the 2
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I have a front mount STS on my Mission and a Vibekiller on my Constitution.

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    Once in a while the tattoo on the arm from string oscillation gets annoying, considered maybe try a string tamer of some sort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDX-- View Post
    Once in a while the tattoo on the arm from string oscillation gets annoying, considered maybe try a string tamer of some sort.

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    you hit your arm?? Your draw length is too long

    An ARCHER who hasnt tried a STS yet???

    what kinda Archer are you????
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Ah so thatís what it is, to long ,
    Actually it happens when the bow rocks back from the recoil of the wrist sling after the shot, mattering on the setup counter weights, speed, and arrow weight some of mine recoil back more then others.


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    Bunnyman

    The Duravane string tamer actually looks pretty cool .

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