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Walkingstick
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Nice tutorial Charlie...Mac~

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ber643
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Certainly a new and interesting method. I use two string nocks, tied on but will try this on at least one of my bow strings, as I think I would really like it. I would like to see one final picture of the string with the wrap above on it also, if possible (but guess I can see it on my own, come to think of it). This tutorial should definitely be saved in the How To's also IMO

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Bernie... I'll get a picture up a little later that shows the above portion.
Still lettin the caffeine do it's majic this morning.

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I dunno Charlie, nock points, servings..all seems kinda "high tech" to me. But if I went for all that stuff, I think I'd have to at least give your method a try. [Big Grin]

Nice job on the tutorial [thumbsup]

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Nice work Charlie,
A little different than what i was tought but i think i like it .Gonna try it tonight.
Larry

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Charlie Lamb
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Some of us just gotta have a crutch Micky!! [Big Grin]

Like I said above guys... this method can be modified so it's just the knot on the string if you like that better.

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oh sure - I had to try the Lamb nock. I got my finger glued to the dang string, then I accidently whipped it in place. I got kinda of messy when i cut my finger off to clean up the nocking point. I may go with the naked nock like Ferret from now on [Smile]

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Yeah Rusty,but now you don't have to worry about finger placement on the string!

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LOL

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Thanks Charlie, I am pretty new to this so any lesson that I can use is great. I don't like the brass ones either. I would also like to see this saved in the how to forum.
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Thank you Mr. Lamb...I've use a similar deal without the superglue, I'm definately going with the super glue, stop burning a hole in my thumb when I burn the ends
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Charlie Lamb
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Saved this to the How To Forum

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Great, Charlie (don't forget the other pic - just to tie it all together.)

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Charlie Lamb
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Ok! Here's the pictures of the other half.

Leaving enough space for your nock of choice start wrapping your serving thread up the string.
When you've laid on enough to protect your top finger, pull out a length of serving thread and continuing in the same wrapping direction form a loop.
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[ February 03, 2007, 07:33 PM: Message edited by: Charlie Lamb ]

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Continuing the wrap in the same direction you were wind twelve wraps "inside" the loop.
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[ February 03, 2007, 07:37 PM: Message edited by: Charlie Lamb ]

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