I'd like to give praise to DanielB89 for his quality string making ability. I have purchased strings from many of the sponsors on this site, and I've always been pleased, but these strings have exceeded my expectations. I was in the market for an endless loop string, which not many people make these days.
First of all, these strings were priced very affordably. My wife and I just had our second child, so money for hobbies is limited. Another consideration was the turn around time. I took a chance on a young string maker.
The string arrived in less than a week. My initial reaction upon inspecting the string was how neatly the strands were bundled together. Definitely better than other endless loop strings I've used in the past. I strung up my Fedora longbow and took a shot. My wife actually exclaimed "Your bow is quiet now!". Not that it was particularly loud before, but now it was noticeably quieter. The nock fit was absolutely perfect for the Easton G nocks I specified for this string build.
In conclusion, I feel Daniel's abilities in string making far exceed his age. Try out his strings. I'm glad I did.
-------------------- Wapiti Spike Longbow 64" 58#@29" J.K. Traditions Kanati 58" 58#@29" Kim Sha Traditions 64" 49#@28" Belcher Union Jack 66" 52#@27" Whippenstick Classic 66" 53#@28" Posts: 455 | From: Long Island, NY | Registered: May 2008
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I just received a new string from Daniel on Monday. I have owned alot of good bow strings over the years and Hunter's Choice are right up there with the best of them! I had Daniel make me up a BCYX with padded loops and cat wiskers already installed. It looks great. It really quieted my recurve down and I picked up several feet per second in the process. You really can't beat the turn around time either. Definitely worth giving a try!
I met him at the Chester Shoot. I had just traded a recurve for a longbow. I hated the noise coming out of the bow, but I shot it well. This fella sharing the same bunkhouse pulls out a new string, sets it up on my bow, puts silencers on it, and we head to the range. I was happy that I would get to see what difference added brace, and a new string would do for sound. well needless to say it was whispering in no time. I asked him how much I owed him, and he just smiled and said its your's. What a guy, and ive been shooting that string since, and its awesome. will be buying all my strings from him in the future.
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