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Does anyone have good directions or plans to make a home made bow stringer? I have a new youth recurve bow that I would like to

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  • adomanim1
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    Spread the strings open and put one end in, then twist and pull the string to "lock" it in to place, and then wrap the strip around the string til you get to the end, and Tutuapp 9Apps Showbox then spread the string again and put the other end in and twist then pull the string again to secure it.

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  • Bella
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    This ones easy. Get a piece of 1" webbing about a foot and a half longer than your bow tip to tip. Take a big needle and some heavy thread then stitch a triangular pocket in one end just big enough to capture a bow tip. Then stitch a loop in the other end just wide enough to slip a limb into and slide it down below the nock. To string your bow Put one loop of the bowstring on a tip and slip the triangular pocket on over it. Snake the other bowstring loop inside the big loop on the stringer (on the bow). You should be able to easily tension the bow by putting your foot on the bowstringer strap. Next tug the unsecured bowstring with your free hand and slip it on the other bow tip. then carefully detension the bow, being certain that the bowstring is square on the tips. Then remove the bowstringer and go shoot. Total cost, next to nuthin or a buck or so. This bowstringer minimizes the risk of twisting the bow limbs (like you might do accidentally using the step through method of bow stringing).

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  • jbonifer24
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    From the info that I've seen it would be simply faster and cheaper to have one made at your local archery shop. If you are really interested, there are a few videos on www.youtube.com that show the process which can be more helpful than trying to simply follow written directions. Hope this helps.

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    What kind of recurve you got?????

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