I just bought a new bow and have been away from the sport for 10 years or so. I never used one of those string loops to atach the release to before now. Back when I used to shoot before, I used to put the arrow on the string under the nock then had a rubber ring under that and attached the release to the string under the rubber ring. The proshop that I bought the bow from setup the loop such that you put the arrow on top of the brass nock. One end of the loop goes under the brass nock and the other end of the loop is attached above with a gap for the arrow nock. Is this the way it is supposed to be setup? I double checked with the proshop and was told that is the proper way to attach a loop. It shoots fine that way, it just looks different than what I had been used to. As I said, I never used a loop before. I was interested in how others have their string loops set up.