just keep twisting your string the way you need it to go you wont have to twist it much but you will have to train it if you use a string loop you may have to move that over a little good luck
+1 Well stated, short and to the pointTwo options, one is use a peep that has tubing attached and as you draw the tubing will pull your peep around so it is straight. Two and this is a better option, make sure you have a good quality string that won't stetch and install the peep (without tubing) so it is straight at full draw, you can do minor correction with your string loop
man forget all that nonsense and throw a rubber on. all that twisting and d-loop turning will drive a man nuts, and besides once your d-loop is socked down whatta you going to do loosen it to turn it and another thing even if you do get it lined up with all that twisting jazz how long do you think it's going to stay that way, strings are forever stretching and changing due to huminity, heat cold, or any adjustments you might make to limb bolts or tiller. so throw on a rubber and go hunting. i just can't understand all this don't use a tube stuff, every one i know uses them and without a problem! just change it once or twice a season and it will never snap and slap you in da face:wink:What corrections do I need to make to my string loop?
I don’t use a peep anymore but I use to. Here is the way I see it. I still see a LOT of professional archers using the tubing and there must be a reason for it……it will always work. If it breaks on then you are not maintaining your bow well. Just like a rubber band you can see the wear on peep tubes and it's cheap and easy to replace so that should never happen. If it’s breaking without showing any wear then you probably have it WAY too tight. It takes very little force to line up the peep and insure proper peep rotation 100% of the time.
I use to shoot a ton of 3D and see the people that claim to never have issue let down once in a while rub the string with their nose or mouth or say I shouldn’t have shot because my peep wasn’t lined up so it’s rare but it does happen.
So, do you loose a few FPS or take a very small chance of missing a shot of a life time? IMO that’s the real question you need to ask. No right or wrong here just what is more important to you.
yea then take it back again every other 2 weeks as the string and weather changes. put the tube on and fegadiaboud it....take it back to your shop and tell them it's not coming around correctly. they should be able to put a half or full twist in the string and correct the problem. very simple fix.
Factory string maybe.yea then take it back again every other 2 weeks as the string and weather changes. put the tube on and fegadiaboud it....
i've been using the rubber tubing since it came out sometime in the early 90s, killed dozens of deer and have never had a problem with it, but i know alot of guy's who have gone tubeless and drawn their bow to be looking at a sideways peep??Factory string maybe.
Any good quality aftermarket string will settle in once you shoot it a bit, and it will not move.
Now, if you hunt in sub freezing conditions, then bring your bow into a toasty warm house, then back out in the cold, yea, anything can happen.
If its cold where i hunt, i leave my bow in the truck, where it will be at the temp i will hunt in.
I use Winners Choice, and have never had my peep not be where i want it to be, cold or hot, rain or shine.
Lots of other good aftermarket string choices out there.
If you like a rubber on your peep, thats great, keep using it.
It's an accident waiting to happen, and i hope it don't cost you a buck some day.