I just wanted to thank Eric for the string and cable he made for my wife's Ladyhawk. I had the advantage of visiting his shop and seeing how these things were actually made.
I am fairly new to archery and I am just beginning to learn what to do and what not to do. Eric took the time to show me the proper way the get the bow setup.
Ever wonder if string makers actually stretch their strings and cables and put the servings on under heavy pressure? Well, he does. Those suckers were under a lot of pressure when he prestretched them and he has the machinery to serve the strings as well. Very cool.
You should really consider GAS Bowstrings the next time you need strings. As a small business owner myself, I know how important word of mouth is, so I'm trying to do my part to get the word out.
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