Anything not too thin that would cut your string and nothing larger than .020" or .021" BCY serving. You don't have to get fancy with serving. I use two servings, one above and one below. Adjusting the separate servings can allow tweaking the peep. I don't like the servings of any kind closer than 1 1/2" of peep. Me, often wondered if some of the string cutting wasn't due to having the serving (s) too close to the peep.What material do you recommend for tying in a peep sight?
Sorry, haha! 2 gr.If you go with a peep-it from Sawtooth Outdoor Products, you don't have to worry about tying it in. Not sure what peep you are using, but my Peep-it weighs 2 ounces less than the Rad SD 38 peep that I was using before. Just something to think about.
I keep some used strings from my wheel bow and recurve on hand for this very purpose. Peeps, tied nock sets, cat whisker silencers; all stay in place when tied tight with a strand of b50. Ask your shop or any traditional shooting friends if you can have an old string. A 14-16 strand string will give you enough pieces to last most of a lifetime.Anybody trie b50 bowstring material? heard it comes pre-waxed, I think that's what or local bowshop uses.
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