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bowstring

the string of an archer's bow, usually consisting of three strands of hemp
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Remnants of original bowstring trusses are incorporated into the new building.
Cam-operated bows are most accurate when used with mechanical bowstring releases.
Quality Martin bowstrings graced all Bear bows made during the 1960s and 1970s.
Today, a new, space-age material called Fast Flite [R] is also used to make bowstrings.
We didn't like having a quiver full of arrows with nocks that all fit differently on our bowstrings.
Suitable for all types of bowstrings and cables, it's based on 100% natural beeswax developed and tested in Germany by bowstring experts.
In times past, all bowstrings were made of multiple Dacron strands.
First, I do want to go on record and say factory-installed bowstrings have greatly improved over the last few years and certainly are not inadequate.
Overdraw arrow-rest attachments were popular last year, and we saw the first "cableless cable" bows with lighter, faster synthetic cable systems and bowstrings.
Mike Slinkard, CEO of Winner's Choice Custom Bowstrings and President of Human Energy Concealment Systems (HECS), used the new HECS clothing to help tag this big mule deer in Central Oregon on Nov.
Contact: Winner's Choice Custom Bowstrings, (541) 575-0818, www.
Both models feature premium America's Best Bowstrings, Vibracheck Backstop, B.