I am brand new to Archery Talk. I have a Browning Excellerator, very old ( maybe 40 years ) its a 55-70 pound. I have been firing it successfully for a month now and today when I fired my first arrow, the small (lead-ish ) piece that holds the string cracked in half. Luckily it did fire (...
The Re-Stringer is a device that enables the archer to re-install a bow string exactly the same way it came off - every time!
Benefits to the Archer:
• Keep same number of twists in the string
• Preserve front to back orientation of string hardware
• Maintain brace height and bow weight