Can you folks tell my why no FF on these tips. The only thing I can think of has to do with the string angle being more acute on shorter limbs, thus the downward force from the string loop on the tips is greater than a longer bow. This bow however is only #52, and I cant imagine the loop damaging two backings of micarta.
What type of string do you have? Flemish or endless? My 60 recuve kicked like a mule and sounded like a 10gauge with the endless loop. switched over to a flemish and it tamed it down a lot.
-------------------- 62" 54@28 costom Big River longbow 66" 54@28 Big River longbow 60" 53@28 Big River recurve Compton Traditional Archers Wisconsin Traditional Archers Neosho Archers Posts: 88 | From: Hustisford, WI | Registered: Feb 2011
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Bow is officially DEAD Quiet. And I might still check out one of your strings buckster!!!
Ended up being a 8.1'' Brace Height and wool wrapped ends. Thanks for the advice. As the brace height increased I also went from an MFX 400 with 200 up front, to a MFX 500 with 145 up front. Bare-shafts like a dart.