Yesterday my Strykeforce cocking device broke in mid pull. The rope broke and the pulley on the right flew out into the yard (never to be found again).
Thank goodness my local dealer (Marcotech in Glen Burnie, MD) had some of these in stock.
After I bought the new one, I examined the old device and noticed there are set screws holding the pulley pin in place.
I took out the allen wrenches and I got two full turns on one of the set screws on the new device.
Now I'm wondering if the set screw on the old one was loose and just gave loose...but that wouldn't explain the rope breaking!!!
So, check your set screws and rope!!!