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Camo Release Loop

   

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3 Pack

Product Color:
Camo

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7.5"
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  • SKU: 823307

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The Camo Release Loop eliminates serving wear, arrow pinch, and prevents arrow from falling off string at full draw. Works with most release aids. 3 Pack.
Manufacturer model #: NS-60.

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good loops ... will require cutting These D loops are really good, but they will require cutting to the right length. Other products out there are the right size, and all that's needed is to tie them on. I had to cut off about an inch for these to work, and then they have to be burned on the end that you cut to prevent raveling ... not difficult to do though. This product is easy to install (tie) once it's the right size. Another idea is to really heat up the tips to make an oversized bead on the end which will help keep the loop tied. Overall a really good product. April 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product. Great price. Very easy to install. Haven't used it as much I would like but seems like good quality. Would buy again. March 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by awsome product great loop, easy to use took around 5 min to install and it has helped me improve my accuracy greatly since I'm not clipping my release to the string. November 22, 2012
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How are these loops tied on? Do I need any special equipment, or do I need to know how to tie knots well? My local bow shop laughed at me and said there was no product like this one when I described it to them. They said that I would just have to bring my bow in for them to make a D loop for me.
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using a half hitch knot , start with a piece of d loop material thats 4.375
" long and burn the ends like you would to keep it from fraying. you want a small blob of nylon on the end when it cools so when the knot is pulled tight it prevents it from slipping and loosening up. use d loop pliers to stretch the dloop in place. find another shop if they will not teachyou how to do it.
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no you must align it if you use a tubeless peep, if your peep is cocked to one side or the other you can have a bowshop put your bow in the press and putting an additional 1/2 turn or full turn on the bowstring and will allow the string to turn the peep so at full draw it will align properly. preloading the d loop helps only if a small change is needed
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the string will be twist with or with out the loop!
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whats tied in?
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Not necessarily. You usually need to train your peep by holding your peep with one hand and twisting your loop with the other, untill it ligns up at full draw. You can also take to a bow shop and they can fix it for you.
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I am 5' 6" and am wanting to get every extra inch out of my frame as possible to get the extra 1/2in on the pull to create more energy for the arrow.
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The Dimension that matters is from the string(at the nock point) to the front of the riser. thats your draw length. anything behind the string(loop) is not part of creating the energy if you will, its just holding the string waiting to be released, if you want more power pick a faster bow. speeds are rated at 70#, 30" and using a 355gr arrow. so if your bow is say 308 fps, and you see another at 330 fps. at a lower # rating the faster bow will get that arrow on target faster and with more energy (given the same draw weight). alway buy the fastest bow you can afford.
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I am 5' 7" and I use a loop. I think you will gain accuracy if you are using a release aid. It allows for a smoother release. Your arrow will leave the string more stable and square. Whatever speed you anticipate losing you will make it up in accuracy.
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in a half inch, you are only losing 2-3 feet per second in arrow speed. However, if the loop is tied properly, your draw length should not change more than 1/4 inch. If you are unsure if you can tie it properly take it to a Bass pro store and they will tie one on for free. the loop should only be big enough to barely fit your release on it with an arrow nocked.
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