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For some reason there is one cut strand on my bowstring where the peep sight is. Anybody know about this?

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  • For some reason there is one cut strand on my bowstring where the peep sight is. Anybody know about this?

    For some reason there is one cut strand on my bowstring where the peep sight is. Anybody know about this?

  • #2
    Does it appear the string was cut by the peep sight or serving? Either way, Stop shooting your bow and take it to the closest pro shop.

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    • #3
      AAM, I would replace the bowsting. Wax your bow sting in the future and that should stop any cut strands unless you hit something by accident?
      Good Luck?

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      • #4
        I just bought it a week ago, the peep broke first shot.

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        • #5
          I would contact who you purchased it from where it was on the first shot, they may be willing to restring it where the peep broke on you that quickly. But Mr. Devine is right with the wax, it will definitely prolong the life of your string and prevent further breakages.

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          • #6
            I took it back to bass pro and they are sending back to PSE for a new string.

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            • #7
              Is it a free floating peep and if so dose it split the string into 2 or three strands. If it is a tube aligned peep or a three strand peep when moving it so you can see your pins it can cut the string. This is why I like meta or tru peeps they have a smoother coating, are quieter/fast and less likely to cut your strings. It all depends on the quality of strings you get. Good quality strings stretch less, ware slower, are more consistent and allow you to use a good quality free floating peep sight.

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