What Are Custom Bowstrings?
Bowstrings are the strings that connect your bow to your arrow. They’re responsible for propelling the arrow forward and allowing it to fly in a straight line, so they’re pretty important! Custom bowstrings are made from high-quality materials that will last longer than normal strings, so you don’t have to worry about replacing them as often.
Custom bowstrings can also be adjusted based on your personal preferences: if you want them shorter or longer than usual, no problem! You can even choose between different colors if that’s what floats your boat (or floats someone else’s boat).
The Benefits of Custom Bowstrings
If you’re looking for a way to improve your compound bow, then custom bowstrings are the answer. They offer many benefits that can help you get better performance out of your bow. Better materials offer better performance. If you owned a Ferrari, would you put cheap gas in? Would you use cheap oil? Most would answer no haha! Here are some of the main benefits:
Increased accuracy – Custom strings will help you achieve greater accuracy for a couple reasons. Most importantly because you can control nock fit. Letting myself know what type of nock you shoot is just as important as letting me know what type of bow you shoot. Secondly, with a better material, the bow will remain in “time” longer which will cause better performance. We’ve all been there before, your bow all of a sudden loses consistency in accuracy so you check your timing only to find 1 cam is hitting before another
More consistent performance – Because custom strings are made from the best material available, 452x will not creep. It will stretch overtime, but stretch is recoverable. Creep is a non recoverable elongation. Custom Bowstrings with a quality material are also superior because there’s no need for extra vibration dampening material when installing these types of products onto bows’ limbs/risers (as opposed to conventional nylon offerings), users will experience less noise and vibration while shooting at targets or animals with their Bows–a feature especially beneficial during hunting trips where silence must be maintained!
Choosing the Right Custom Bowstring
When you are looking for a custom bowstring, there are several things you should consider. First and foremost, it is important to know your bow and its specs. You will need to know the draw weight of your compound bow as well as its length. This information can be found on a sticker attached somewhere on the limb or riser (the part that holds the limbs). It may also be written on the side of your sight window if it has one; otherwise, check with manufacturer’s website or manual for this information before ordering a string replacement kit online. I also have most Makes and Models, so please reach out if you’re having issues.
Installing Your Custom Bowstring
Now that you have your new custom bowstring, it’s time to install it. You have several options when you order from us. You can simply choose the pick up option, and have us install, or we can simply ship them directly to your house or your bow shop. After installation, its very important to time the bow. This is ensuring that when you draw your bow, both cams will rotate over at the same time. If one is turning over faster than the other, simple adjustment’s need to be made. There are several videos on YouTube that will show how to do this, or any shop can do this for you. We will do more blogs in the future going over how to time a bow, install strings, set up a D Loop, How to Tie a Nock Set, Setting all Axis on your Sight etc.
Caring for Your Custom Bowstring
Your new custom bowstring is going to last a lot longer if you take care of it. Here are some tips:
-Clean the string regularly. Dirt, sap and other debris can build up on your bowstring over time and cause damage or natural fuzzing if not removed. Use a soft cloth or simply your fingers to remove dirt from the surface of the string as needed, but avoid using any harsh chemicals that might damage the fibers in your string’s coating or glue (such as WD-40).
-Check its condition regularly by inspecting it closely before shooting it. Any cracks or tears in your custom bowstring should be addressed immediately! Also check for signs of wear at points where they’re most likely to experience stress during use (for example near nocks, and cams). If there are any problems with either condition or tension then replace them as soon as possible before something goes wrong!
If you’re a compound bow shooter, custom strings can offer a range of benefits. The first step is to choose the right string for your bow. Once that’s done, follow installation and care instructions carefully so that your strings last as long as possible. Finally, enjoy increased accuracy and performance from your custom bowstrings!
Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have, we are available on any social media platform and the Owner always responds promptly. Or at drawnarchery.co