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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by mace, Jul 4, 2006.
have had peep fly out of string.looking for a peep without tube that will stay in string.thank you
Check out the specialty super ball peeps. Also the new G5 Meta peeps (disclaimer, I haven't put one of these in yet)
I see this is your first post. May I welcome you?
Now I'll add to the other post. Another tubeless peep is the Fletcher True Peep line. They make a Max Hunter version with a 1/4" hole. I like these and Specialty.
If your peep is being pulled out by the tube there is a simple solution to this also. Use a longer tube. The tube should not be stretched to a point that the peep gets pulled out. The tube only need to be short enough to rotate the peep for your eye. Then serve the peep in, keeping the serving as close to the ends of the peep as possible.
Hope this helps.
if it served properly I dont see how a peep could come out just from shooting it????
I agree don't know how a peep would fly out just by shooting it unless maybe you forgot to nock an arrow.:noidea:
If you forget to knock an arrow, usually a missing peep is the least of your worries......
:laugh: :laugh: AGREED:laugh: :laugh:
Good point BOWMAN. That being said I hardly ever serve a peep in anyway. I usually have enough twists in a string that it can't move without some help, and it ain't happened to my hunting, 3D or target bow in ----I don't remember how long, and I'm a senior guys with 3 decades of shooting behind me.