Try posting this one over in the Traditional Archery forum. I'm sure that there's tons of knowledge about this over there. Strings probably too long>brace height is to small>wrist slap...then again, I dunno much about traditional.
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1 guy, suggested he try posting on the Traditional forum ,
and two suggested raising the brace height (sorry Dwayne)
Sure, a low brace height can cause a wrist slap, but so can over rotating the palm on the grip (putting too much meat on it, so to speak). So can a severely mismatched arrow, or in some cases nocks that are too tight.
The newer models have a suggested bradce height of 7.25 - 7.75" (I was going to guess 7.5", but thought I'd check first ).
Verminator, certainly check your brace height, but a little more info might help.
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