60" ACTUAL INCH LENGTH B-50 DACRON FLEMISH Recurve Bow String BOWSTRING Archery


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Premium Recurve
Traditional Flemish Bowstring
By TradGear
From The Archery Hunting Antlers Taxidermy Ebay Supply Store
Premium Flemish Weave Braided Bow Strings
These are ACTUAL INCH LENGTH Strings ( *NOT AMO Length or Bow Length* )  
All lengths are ACTUAL INCH LENGTH - Not AMO Length ***
The Flemish twist or braided design is much easier to adjust in length as it can be twisted tighter when the string stretches, and is easier to attach string silencers, and other string accessories. This feature allows for much easier and exact brace height adjustment.  B-50 string material is easier on the bow limb tips with more stretch. Trad Gear Strings are of a three-bundle style with 15 strands to be rounder, stronger, and more abrasion resistant than 2 bundle or continuous length strings.. Center served with #4 nylon serving. Strand colors are 2 brown and 1 yellow BUNDLE. 
HOW TO MEASURE Measure the bow string that you currently have and round up to the nearest full inch.  All B-50 Dacron strings will stretch a bit as they are broken in or strung on bow. If you DO NOT know the length of your bow string a good rule of thumb is that a longbow will take a string 3" shorter than they are marked and a recurve bow generally takes a 3-4" shorter bow string. So, if your bow is a recurve and has marking such as  AMO 60" or 60" AMO , a 56-57" actual length bow string should be the proper length.
IF YOU ARE UNSURE TRY A INTERNET SEARCH, THERE IS LOTS OF GREAT INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON HOW TO PROPERLY MEASURE FOR THE CORRECT BOWSTRING
Flemish strings are made of several strands of string material twisted upon themselves. It is possible for the area by the string loops to appear to be fraying. PLEASE NOTE this is common and is not a damaged string. To remove the fraying rub your hand on the strands to work them down. The wax in the string will hold the strands down, but may appear after some use. You can trim the fraying strands, but this is not recommended. If the wax is not holding the stands down, you can apply some additional bowstring wax to the string.

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