If you shoot a Bowtech your bow is delivered with a good string,but not all are. The last thing I would want with a new bow is to fight peep rotation and timing issues. Not all factory strings are "perfectly good" as you put it,just perfectly new. It is good to see some bow company's shipping bows with after market strings now,it's a win win situation for all involved.I don't understand how people spend big money on a new bow and change out perfectly good strings. And don't get me started with the " what color strings should I get " threads.
I shoot mine till they need to be changed.
Not any more!! The Pearson Team has taken the big string issue out of buying a new bow. The custom set is on it when you buy!! Just ask Wes @ Stage 1. Great strings out of the box! Bowtech does have good strings though.on them don't think you can buy a bow with strings as good as theirs, i have 2006 tribute with same strings that came on it. and still in good shape with thousands of shots on it :darkbeer: taking care of strings is biggest thing to remember wax them with piece of leather to soak the wax in often this goes for any string
For one thing, Hoyt does not sell perfectly good strings with their big money bows. It shouldn't take 30 or 40 shots to settle a peep on a new string, and once set, the peep shouldn't move all that much during the year. But the last two Hoyt bows I've owned had that happen. Now that I use Vapor Trails, they seem to settle within 10 - 15 shots and the peep doesn't move after that.I don't understand how people spend big money on a new bow and change out perfectly good strings. [snip]