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    Default T.R.U. Ball Speed Loop w/align

    I highly recommend the T.R.U. Ball Speed loop/with peep aligner. You get best results (attributes) from both. Less weight than the small or large metal loop. Adjust as needed for consistent peep rotation with (well) shot/no stretch quality bow string. the link
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    i have found that most times when a string loop twist around a bow string it is because the loop string is to big a diameter. it wont tighten down on the bow string good. the best i have found is the draw cord on windrow shades,if you can catch your wife gone. also a drop of super glue will help

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    i have notice that most loops that slip is because the loop cord is to big a diameter for the bow string and wont clinch down tight enough. also stiff. now dont laugh at this, but the best cord i have found is the draw cord on window binds. IF you can catch your wife gone. some of my friends also put a drop of super glue on the knots.

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    oops sorry about the double post.

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    With my limited experience, I would say the d-loop. I have been shooting with a d-loop on my Mathews Switchback since I got it a week ago. No issues what so ever (knock on wood). I saw the metal loop and thought (with my limited experience) right away that something like that would twist very easily. The d-loop is simple in its design and works very well. Go with the d-loop.

    Take Care and God Bless,

    Ed
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    -E Duffy Sr.
    (1946-1993)

    Bowtech Guardian (29" DL, 63 lbs.)
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    I don't use a loop at all. I put the release jaws right on the string/serving. I have no problems with this at all wear-wise and it eliminates a possible point of failure.

    I'm curious who else does this. All my friends do the same as I, as do the people in the pro shop. My shop don't sell metal loops and they carry string loop material, but will not tie a loop on for you. I don't know why that is but it is.

    One of my buddies uses a rope release and he likes it.

    Ron

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