Definitive answer here. No, the bolts, sight fittings, stabilizer mounts
and the like DO NOT have to be covered. Only the see-thru spaces in
skeleton risers like the Black Widow need to be. Hardware is fine. Take a
look at my rig tomorrow.
THL Carolus von Eulenhorst
Caidan Master of Archers
(yes, the buck stops here.)
At 10:06 AM 6/24/2005, you wrote:
>sorry all, i'm an idiot. you guys are all disscussing
>how its better to have it a bit high, when in fact, i
>accidentally set it too low. i finally got it off and
>replaced it. the suggestion about using the little
>space between the 2 circular bits of the pliars to
>open it like a clam shell really helped. i'm still
>trying to figure out a way to cover the bolts so that
>the fabric/leather/whatever doesn't slip down when i
>shoot the bow. maybe i'll just bring some fabric and a
>needle and thread to (gyldenholt, caid) anniversary
>tommorrow and ask Ursel. according to our archery
>handbook, they are supposed to be covered.
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