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I put a new d-loop on last night with some material I bought from Lancaster. I got the Brownell braided camo stuff. I went to the range and after only 25 shots, the top back part of the loop started fraying and white material was pulling out of the center of it. I checked my Chappy Boss for burrs, but it was as smooth as the day I got it. I think I got some junk material overall or just a bad piece. I have never had a problem like this before. So what is the best material to use for a D-loop? Any solid recommendations are welcome.
 

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I had problems like that as well so I switched a a relase with the sting on it and took to loop of my string. seemed to help me a bunch made my release of the bow a lot smoother
 

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Loop material

I like using BCY's loop rope. I put a loop on in January and just finished up shooting the ASA classic with the same loop I started the year with. I shoot a little boss and the loop still looks like new.
 

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I buy mine from an AT member. Look in the items for sale section. She goes by redhdcharm or something close to that. I have it on 5 of my bows and a couple of my buddies bows and no trouble. She has a bunch of different colors also. Tell her Boots told you about her and she'll take care of ya. Mark.
 

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PM me your mailing address and I'll send you a sample to put thru the paces.
 

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Done. :beer:
 

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BCY. The 2.0 mil stuff is durable with excellent stiffness. I've also used the Brownell 2.1 which was very good but a little heavier than what I wanted. There shouldn't be any white inner fiber. I wonder if they sent the wrong stuff.
 

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I'll see if I can throw a pic up tonight, not that it is a big deal but just to show you the mysterious "white inner fiber". Thanks for all the input.
 
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