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with a truball release , like the sweet spot , wich features a stringloop , do i need to add a loop to the bowstring , or i can just wrap the loop around the bowstring?
 
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If you are going to use it with the loop attached to the release then you should put a nock on the string above the arrow to keep the arrow in place. If you dont then the arrow will slide and change your nock point. You can use a brass nock or tie one in with serving.
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I personally like to tie mine in with serving, but just a plain brass nock will work just as good.
 
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Anytime. If you are looking to tie in a nock with serving go to the Tuning section on here and there is a step by step procedure with photos on how to do it. I think Spectre posted it.
 

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Archer53 is correct about using the loop attached directly on the string. If you don't want to use the loop on the release, you can take it off, put a string loop on your bow string and shoot the release off of that.

I would also tie on a nock rather than use a brass nock. Either one will work though.
 

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arr4ws said:
with a truball release , like the sweet spot , wich features a stringloop , do i need to add a loop to the bowstring , or i can just wrap the loop around the bowstring?
That's called a release rope and you shoot right off the string with it.
 
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