Can you elaborate on that a bit more please? Are you referring to them potentially flying apart if not properly screwed down?All of the above plus extremely dangerous. They should honestly be illegal, like meth.
Yeah, if they unknowingly come loose or you have a string break caused by dry fire, broken nock, etc you now have a small metal projectile going in an unknown direction at a high rate of speed. There isn't one single advantage to them.Can you elaborate on that a bit more please? Are you referring to them potentially flying apart if not properly screwed down?
FYI, I have no interest in getting one. Just got back into archery this year after a 15 year hiatus and I don't remember them being around back then.
I had a couple Trufire 5 star metal loops break. I believe it was because it was hitting the base of my whisker biscuit. The company sent me a different metal loop and a pack of nocks, but I didn't use them and bought some d-loop pliers. Truball version would always have the screws work loose eventually even with loctite and chew into my serving and move up my string.I am not a fan, however years ago I sold ton's of them, never had one break, break a string or cause an accident. The one tru fire made was another story that ridiculous thing weighed like 50 grains! Actually had a guy shooting one and it was hitting his rest due to the extra travel of the string with all the weight.