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I was wondering with my peep moving and all, would it hurt if I put a drop of super glue at the bottom edge of the peep where it contacts the string on both sides to keep it from moving down as it is tied in as tight as I can get it. Will the super glue or crazy glue or whatever kind harm the string or serving in anyway? Thanks
 

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Me personally, i wouldn't put super glue on the string. When it dries it becomes brittle and through time, some of those edges on the super glue may damage the string. You might just try a different serving technique to get the peep to keep from sliding up and down the string. I'll post a pic later, of how I tie mine in and I can't get mine to move even if I try to slide it.
 

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I had to use goat tuff on my string at the NFAA nationals because my peep cut 4 strands on my string. It got me through the tournament. However Tom Nealy from Winners Choice Custom Bowstrings does not encourage that you do it because it will affect the fibers of the string in a negative way.
 
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