I've had some success with a wrapped nocking point, where I took a blunted
needle and actually sewed waxed linen thru the serving and between the
string strands, then used what were essentially a series of overlapped clove
hitches to make the nocking point. 8 or 9 in 3 layers seems to work on my
son's 20# recurve.
>I'm sitting here doing a no brainer job to and got to thinking about how I
>have been shooting and remembered a problemI haven't been able to solve.
>after I shoot about 250 shots i have to reset up my bow. For some reason
>the string set seems to walk up the string. When I set up my bow I make
>sure the string set is nice and tight so that it won't slide down the
>string. There has been a couple of times when the string set has made the
>serving seperate under it. Has any one else experienced this problem?