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:eek: :angry: all right the center serving, the wrapped area for the nocking point, is becoming deformed. about 3/8 below the nocking point it seems to be exposing the theads of the bow string, and right above the nock it is over lapping a turn, then at the very top of the serving it is starting to bubble up in a twist around the serving. what in the world is going on?
 

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Your center serving is worn out. Any decent bow shop should be able to serve it for you. Serving can be a fun, rewarding way to do your own work on a bow. The tools and serving are relatively cheap and the info on how to do it is available on the net.

Next question... do you shoot a release directly off the string? Or do you use a d-loop?
 

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i use a release straight off of the bow string. should i invest in a string loop like the T.R.U. Nock or other release loops?
 

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That's the curse of shooting right off the string. Take it to a shop and have them reserve the center serving, then have them install a rope d-loop.
 
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