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    New string set

    Just wondering which string set manufacturer people have had good luck with. I shoot a 2007 Diamond black ice

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    I don't think you can go wrong with Winners Choice, I know I have had good luck with them.
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    Like OTT2 said, Winners choice is a great option, also for a reasonable price. I just put a set on my Bowtech Gaurdian this last summer, and after getting my bow tuned up and sighted in I have not had to adjust anything. I have not had any string strech or string twist. I shot an antelope, deer and elk with it this fall, and it performed flawlessly.

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    All we do at our shop is Winners Choice. Hands down the best in the industry.
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    Winners Choice for me too!

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    Another vote for Winners Choice! I have used other custom strings, and nothing compares to Winners Choice, that I have tried.
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    What is the biggest advantages over stocks strings? I see guys upgrade their string as the first mod they do to a brand new bow. Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Another vote for Winners Choice! I have used other custom strings, and nothing compares to Winners Choice, that I have tried.
    Just curious, what other brands have you tried?

    Since this topic came up I've been looking at other custom strings that appear to be well made, and a fair amount less costly.
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    I use Winners Choice and Bucknasty you can't go wrong with either. Bucknasty isn't quite as pricey as Winner's Choice.

    http://www.odproshops.com/bucknasty.htm

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    A lot of people around Wyoming especially NE WY shoot custom strings made by mikes custom strings. The strings rival any of the name brand strings out there plus they are about $40 for a complete set. Many of us have shot thousands of arrows through these strings before having to change them. I believe his website is mikes-archery.com. Give him a look and see what you think. Just another more affordable option for you.

 

 

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