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- Quality Issues Review by HV
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So far I have used 4 Stone Mountain DynaFlite strings.
I shoot a 68" Olympic recurve. The string is supposed to be 65" per standard. After 1 yr. and a few thousand arrows, I measured the string, and it is shorter than 64.5" with no twists on it.
This causes the bow to have a very high brace height - well outside the bows recommended range. In my case, the recommended brace height is 8.5 to 9.25" Each time I assumed this was a one off issue. And I ordered a new string from Lancaster. Each time Lancaster gave me Stone Mountain. Each time it was the same problem. I have not seen this problem with other brands.
(Posted on 9/21/14)
- Cheap Serving Material Review by KB
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The end serving frayed and now the center serving is fraying after 5 months. I have never had a string serving come apart like this before. Staying away from Stone Mountain after this. The string is holding up well but the serving coming apart like this is unacceptable.
(Posted on 9/11/14)
- awesome target and other types of shooting Review by hiro protagonist
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got this for my recurve, still going good after 6 mo's and thousands of arrows. I'm using a beginner wooden riser set up, but still arrow slinging, nonetheless. It doesn't stretch that much unlike dacron or fast flight flemish, so I did the newb thing of tying my nock right after stringing (for the first time, in forever), which happened after I got the package.
I'd get this again but the angel string just is a tad better.
The only cons is on my 62" wooden riser, the center serving is centered if you reverse it so larger loop is bottom. I was taught that the larger loop is on top because that's the last one to be looped, but oh well. This isn't a deal breaker just have to remember. I just let it go and let the storm rage on.
(Posted on 5/5/14)