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WTT arras

Postby kennym » Sat Nov 01, 2008 3:10 pm

Do you guys use same arras on WTT bows or need arras sent with bows entered?
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Re: WTT arras

Postby Kenro » Sat Nov 01, 2008 9:07 pm

This year the arrows will be provided for each of the bows so no need to send anything but the bows and a string that will brace it at 6" if you intend to enter it in the open class. even the strings will be provided for the bows in the regular classes.
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Re: WTT arras

Postby Kirkll » Wed Nov 05, 2008 8:13 pm

Question Ken.... if the arrows are provided, and we are building our own strings.....what size nock are you using on the arrow shafts? or better yet, could you give us an accurate measurement for string diameter for serving build up? Thanks......... Kirk
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Re: WTT arras

Postby Kenro » Wed Nov 05, 2008 8:53 pm

This one may be difficult to answer. I try to make my strings finish out right at about 0.100 for a good standard nock fit. this works good for most standard arrow nocks. and remember you only supply the string for the open class. prior to the event I want to go through all the bow to arrow combos and figure a way to actually measure the string to arrow fit. I already have something in mind.
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