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stevewills
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does anyone have pics and how do you make it im all about saving some cash

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rubber band - tooth pick. Place tooth pick on other side of arrow pass, hook rubber band on one end of pick then over arrow & arrow pass, then slide over tooth pick end.
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Here are some i copied from Tippit using a matchstick..just substitute a toothpick. i like the matchstick because it is a little more sturdy! [Smile]

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stevewills
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now will it slip off or do you need to take it off before you draw

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i slip it off before i draw...

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I use a homemade style that I make with a small piece of plastic drill a hole and velcro to attach.I have used them since mid 70's.Kip
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Earl E. Nov...mber
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Randy,
If you fix the match stick on the off side of the bow, with the head pointing back, the rubber band will self release as you draw it back.

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Kip that looks like the old Silent Partner.

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Tom I'm guessin a Bob Lee?

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Tom not sure what they called them way back then but work great.I had one on my K-mag that I bought then just copied them but your memory is way better than my grey matter.Kip
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Kip this blind ole bat is having trouble see how you made it. Can you help?

Thank you!

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That's a hoot! For forty years I've been blundering around the woods holding the arrow on with my finger. Good post.
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Earl E. Nov...mber
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I used one made of a popsicle stick and rubber bands for years, The rubber can slide on the arrow if the arrow is wet so I quit using them.
Since I shoot off a rug on the shelf, I have no problem with the arrow falling off while on stand, unless it is real windy, then I just get down and go set in a ground blind. Still hunting, I never put an arrow on the bow till a shot is eminent (To dangerous walking around with along pointy thing sticking out there)

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Daniel. The pics are gone. Maybe asking the poster to repost them? Or email them?

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Here is a link to Whip's response from days past.

http://tradgang.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=151928#000000

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