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    I for one don't agree with with all your theories - having such a wide d loop will cause more string pinch pressure than a conventional loop without the serving due to the angle that's created with the serving being added and when the serving is unequal you're not drawing directly behind the arrow as you stated - the release will find the center of the loop, which in your case will be low. Not saying what you're doing is wrong - I just don't agree with it ... to each their own

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    Tag for tiring in a nock. Boom!!
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    awesome way to do this...i use this method religiously
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    I use just D loop without nock or serving material, Nylon string/cord. Short as possible and set it with D loop pliers, use first c-clip pliers stretching D-Loop and pre set knots, the you can get your D Loop plier pulling the knots tight.

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    Thank you so much for this post! I have been looking for this exact information. This is what makes AT great.

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    tagged for later, very good info.
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    Which way would a right handed shooter tire their d loop to avoid added peep twist? Can someone post a pic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJlungbuster View Post
    Which way would a right handed shooter tire their d loop to avoid added peep twist? Can someone post a pic?
    I really don't think this is an issue. You want the hitch knots tied opposite each other. I really feel most problems with D-loops and slipping or twisting is in the quality of the string and if it wants to twist or turn and the way the center serving is placed on the string. With my system the top knot of the D-loop has the larger load, if the serving is wound the wrong way for the shooter, then as the knot resists twisting in can tighten the underlying serve or loosen it. If it loosens it it will separate and loose it grip on the serving.
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    I have just used my new tied in nock sets to adjust nock height. Paper tuning and a nock high tear. Jiggle the d loop apart a bit and screw the nock sets down a turn, presto, bullet hole! Thanks Deezlin for the info. Now if mine looked as good but hey, they work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reindeer View Post
    I for one don't agree with with all your theories - having such a wide d loop will cause more string pinch pressure than a conventional loop without the serving due to the angle that's created with the serving being added and when the serving is unequal you're not drawing directly behind the arrow as you stated - the release will find the center of the loop, which in your case will be low. Not saying what you're doing is wrong - I just don't agree with it ... to each their own
    Not agreeing with ^^^^ but not disagreeing either I was wondering if we could debate the topic as it relates to the op
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    No. I am not interested in a debate. I am note theorizing. If you would do some experimenting instead of debating you would find this nockset system is a lot better than just a loop.
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    Tag good info

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