i think there's a lot of wisdom in "Over the Top" style of attachment
it has to do with shooting flip style and popularization of flatbands
since Mr. Rufus Hussey and other legends didn't utilize this feature, i wonder who was among the first to introduce this ingenious method
I have been testing out some of Nathan's fat tubes, I say fat tubes because I can't remember the dimensions and they are much bigger than my 1745s and 2040s
Mass manufacturer tube set:
Nathan's tube next to the smaller 1745s. For reference:
First cut a small slit into the tube approx...
hey you guys
i don't really shoot this one much so i am gonna let it go onto a new home.
i would like £35+P&P
thank you guys
if you wanna barter me down send us a pm also do the same if you have something you would like to trade it with please send us a PM and we will discuss it there
I have a with problem flat bands, Every time I make a single layer bandset for target shooting, they break within hours, when I have only shot it maybe 10-20 times. It always breaks at where it connects to the pouch. Its not that I did not tighten the string or rubber bands enough, its just that...
Charles new topic about band attachment has got me thinking. Why couldn't we use o-rings to attach the bands to the fork? All you would have to do is:
1. Put the band through the o-ring.
2. Align the band on the fork.
3. Roll the o-ring over the fork end and down into the tie-groove.
I have been experimenting with different methods of attaching looped light draw tubes to a PFS, in my case one made from alumimium. I hope that the attached pix illustrate what I mean and I have used both methods on different forks on the same PFS to save time. Also, in the last picture a...