Does anyone have info on making Shoot Thru system for single cam bows? I have made a system that uses the cable guard to keep string out of the way. I am looking for something better.
I know how to make system for twin cams but I do not want to deal with keeping a twin cam system going.
I have shot shoot thru cables on my Mathews bows for years without any problems,
1, All I do is use the orginal cable, take the serving off where it forms the yoke
2,Seperate the cable all the way down to the cam end serving.
3,About an inch from the cam end serving serve both piece's for about 3 inch's.
4 tie a nock serving about 1/2 way along that on each one.
5, for a spreader use a piece of ace arrow and 2 nocks (make it the same distance between the nocks as the distance between your cable anchors)
6,Use your exiting cable slide but instead of having the cable closest to centre string ,have your string there. Still have your cable runnig though the cable slide..
When it comes to tuning a bow set up this way you'll find that your scope will be more in line with your bow and the bow will not kick out as much..also I found the bow to be a little more forgiving..
I have in the past played around with a shoot thru string as well, the bow shot no different at all, but was a pain to set up as the trick is to stop the string from turning around at full draw, I overcame this by use of the spreaders on both,the cable and the string ,it is only this way you can do without the cable slide.
Personally it was'nt worth all the work as it did'nt make one bit of difference to how the bow shot and all I did was wreck a new string.
Hope this helps answer your question's