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April 30th, 2005 No comments

Bowstring Material
Bowstring Material
Bowstring material issue,?

In a light-weight cable to draw the bow of the cam which would be a very good material for a temporary bowstring?

Horsehair breaks at 15 pounds. breaks of 18 pounds of cotton. Catgut breaks at 20 pounds. Silk breaks to 22 pounds. Irish linen breaks at 28 kilos. Chinese grass fiber breaks 32 lbs. The use of Irish linen thread or cobbler. The number 12 Barbour. Each thread will remain a strain of six pounds, a wire rope pull resist fifties weighing 300 pounds. If you want to test some stuff to see if it works, suspend a starting weight of 5 pounds and then add in increments of 1 pound until it breaks, then down £ 1 which is a good estimate of how many pounds a chain can bear. Then simply add strands together until you have the desired strength. Add additional lines to account for the breaks to avoid accidental injury. When designing the things they need a safety factor, the normal ratio is 3 to 1. As means that if you want a force of 50 pounds of done enough to put 150 pounds of equal lines. this is a safety factor of 3 to 1. In the nock, take dental floss and tie the threads and wrap it around and around until it looks like a rope factory. Use a needle at the end to push (sewing) the backup under the loose end of floss, then cut off any extra and needle. Good luck and make sure you take all safety precautions, no guarantee, "No try this at home, ask an adult to get an expert to help, wear appropriate safety gear, this can be dangerous.


Tornado Archery Bowstring Serving Jig & Spool #4 Nylon Serving Material - Your Choice Of Colors


Tornado Archery Bowstring Serving Jig & Spool #4 Nylon Serving Material – Your Choice Of Colors



Professional Bowstring Serving Jig Complete With Spool of #4 Nylon Serving. Your Choice of Serving Color. Repair or Make Your Own Bowstrings! Instructions Included ! Made In USA…


Archery Serving Thread Black Archery Bowstring Serving Material 131 Yards For Tying Peep Sight Nock


Archery Serving Thread Black Archery Bowstring Serving Material 131 Yards For Tying Peep Sight Nock


$7.86


Perform well to tie Peep sight,and Cat Whiskers to the bow stringColor: blackMaterial: 400D NylonType:400D/3/0.020Diameter: aprox 1mmLength: 131yard, about 120mPackage:1 x serving thread(the string server not included)…

Brownell Red B50 Bowstring Material 1/4lb Dacron Bow String Archery


Brownell Red B50 Bowstring Material 1/4lb Dacron Bow String Archery


$12.40


Brownell B50 Dacron Bow String Material has been a favorite of bowhunters and traditional bowstring makers since 1944. It has proven to be a top choice for both flemish and endless loop bowstrings. B50 provides synthetic superiority with excellent abrasion resistance. It is also the goto material for older tear drop compound bows and crossbows….

TOOGOO(R) 400m 80lbs Nylon Twisted Bowstring Thread Fishing String Sewing Cord Kite Line, White


TOOGOO(R) 400m 80lbs Nylon Twisted Bowstring Thread Fishing String Sewing Cord Kite Line, White


$4.33


* TOOGOO is a registered trademark. ONLY Authorized seller of TOOGOO can sell under TOOGOO listings.Our products will enhance your experience to unparalleled inspiration. TOOGOO(R) 400m 80lbs Nylon Twisted Bowstring Thread Fishing String Sewing Cord Kite Line, WhiteColor: WhiteMaterial: NylonLength: Approx 400m / 15748.1 inchTwine Strength: 80 poundsPackage Includes:1 x Twine StringNote: Light sho…

SODIAL(R) 400m 80lbs Nylon Twisted Bowstring Thread Fishing String Sewing Cord Kite Line, Black


SODIAL(R) 400m 80lbs Nylon Twisted Bowstring Thread Fishing String Sewing Cord Kite Line, Black


$4.35


* SODIAL is a registered trademark. ONLY Authorized seller of SODIAL can sell under SODIAL listings.Our products will enhance your experience to unparalleled inspiration. SODIAL(R) 400m 80lbs Nylon Twisted Bowstring Thread Fishing String Sewing Cord Kite Line, BlackColor: BlackMaterial: NylonLength: Approx 400m / 15748.1 inchTwine Strength: 80 poundsPackage Includes:1 x Twine StringNote: Light sho…







#bowstring - Hashtag White Outer & Black Inner Ceramic 1.5oz Shot Glass


#bowstring – Hashtag White Outer & Black Inner Ceramic 1.5oz Shot Glass


$15.95


When you are feeling saucy and you need something to say it without saying it, grab this shot glass and fill it with your favorite liquid. It should be alcohol but if that is not your fancy, do as you please….

got bowstring? - 11oz Colored Inside & Handle Sturdy Ceramic Coffee Cup Mug, Deep Purple


got bowstring? – 11oz Colored Inside & Handle Sturdy Ceramic Coffee Cup Mug, Deep Purple


$22.89


Need a gift for your boss, spouse, friend, neighbor, or mailman? This mug makes a great choice for a gift!…

got bowstring? - 14oz Sturdy Stainless Steel Travel Mug, Silver


got bowstring? – 14oz Sturdy Stainless Steel Travel Mug, Silver


$22.89


Need a gift for your boss, spouse, friend, neighbor, or mailman? This travel mug makes a great choice for a gift! It features a classic styling made from a newly designed mold for maximum durability….







Archery like any sport has rules, most of the best practices rules are rules that are used to keep archers and spectators safe. In general it is good practice to observe these rules whether competition or just shooting for fun.

1. Objective

Always shoot arrows at white. Arrows can be dangerous weapons and should never be directed at anything else of the goal.

2. Inspect

Arrows must be carefully inspected before each shot to see that have not been damaged. If the shaft of the arrow is the damage that could cause the arrow to break and injure the archer. An arrow also cracked may deflect harm a spectator. The fund is damaged arrows are unpredictable and not safe to shoot.

Damaged nocks may result in arc left arrow unpredictable or result in a wrong direction arrow. So always inspect your arrows before shooting.

3. Security

Only when everyone has finished shooting the signal must be determined to continue to collect the arrows. One person at a time should withdraw their arrows from the target. When removing the arrows at the target, make sure nobody is standing in front of the goal or in the form of arrows withdrawal.

4. Load

Never pull back and releasing a bowstring without an arrow attached. This could damage the bow or injure the archer. In addition, a bow should not be charged with an arrow unless standing on the line "Shooting" and the signal to start shooting has been given.

5. Placement

Goals should be established to ensure that nobody can be accidentally beaten by a stray arrow. All competitors must wait for the order to shoot and retrieve.

Archery is a fun sport, but do not forget can also be a dangerous sport. Following the basic guidelines that are more likely to enjoy photography.

Rob Daniels writes educational material for http://www.archery-target.com and http://www.kayak-escape.com two of his favorite lifelong sports.

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