Camo Release Loop
I decided this year to switch from fingers to a release and I think that was what I needed to be accurate enough to feel comfortable with a 40 yard plus shot on game. The results were getting a 5 point bull elk at 43 yards and making one shot count.
September 18, 2010
I put this loop on my mathews. I have a 70 lbs. draw. The loop is the most durable loop I have ever found. It has little stretch. You can't go wrong with this product, because it will last you for years to come. I reccomend it to every bowhunter out there.
August 16, 2007
I bought this kit and ama amazed at what a value it is. You'll only need one and that leaves you one to give to your buddy and another one to slip into your shooting vest for field repair.
Tie your loop short as it will stretch a bit while taking up the knot-play. Once it's cinched down though expect little to no play/stretch and do expect a nice stiff loop that will last you for a long time.
September 7, 2009
VG D-loop string
Used this as it was readly available OTC D-loop string. Also was about perfect in terms of stifness for my liking. Super easy to work with, as this was my 1st ever attempt at tying on my own D-Loop.I had no trouble at all mushrooming the ends once I cut them with a sharp sissors. Was able to burn nice large, round ball ends to sicure string. Used a allen wrench moderately larger in OD than the string itself to help mushroom the cut ends. Found if I used one of those longer lighters for use lighting grills worked MUCH, MUCH, better in place of a cigerate lighter. Over all completely satisfied.
February 17, 2013