Thread: Cat Whisker Help
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11-04-2008, 03:44 PM #1
Cat Whisker Help
Couldn't get the other thread to post ?? for some reason. This is what I had typed...
The BEST trick I know for tying them on is once you wrap the material around bow string clamp a clothes pin just off-center (holds it in place) then use your serving string to tie off. It will save you some frustration.
I shoot mostly Trad these days and I like Woolie Whispers (had on compound too) and my new favorite is Beaver Balls. Here are some pics...
scroll down for pictures.TradRag Traditional Archery
Longbow: ACS-CX 58#@28. Arrow: GT5575 Traditional, 100gr. Brass insert, 125 gr. Magnus 2-blade: 530 gr. total.
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