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The String-Eze Bow stringer.

This is an interesting design. Don't know how well it worked in practical application, but it does appear to be well made. The patent was granted in 1965.

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Actually that is a lot safer than some on the market today.

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Very interesting!
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That'll do it.  Even a ladies model.

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It sort of seems to be mechanically mimicking the step-through method of bracing while eliminating any chance of limb twisting.


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I think I like it better than those I have now.
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Guessing the holes on the platform were for different length bows.
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I know I’ve seen Don Rabska stringing a bow using the horizontal method and a towel but I don’t remember in which movie. That stringer should be the safest for a recurve. And archer.
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That is pretty slick!
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Looks like it'd work pretty well.  Hard to carry in a backpack though.  I think the safest stringer on the market today is the one offered by Black Widow.  I have several and they work fine on different bows unless the bow has particularly large tips.  Frank
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I know I’ve seen Don Rabska stringing a bow using the horizontal method and a towel but I don’t remember in which movie. That stringer should be the safest for a recurve. And archer.


I found the video here:



Go to 42:30 and watch something pretty similar to what that Stringer is doing. The entire video is good to watch for someone interested in archery. 


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Looks pretty easy to make, but I would use a low stretch 3/8" to 1/2" poly rope or 1" webbing (probably better) loop to hold the bow grip as it will conform to a variety of shapes and less likely scratch the bow.. I'd use a 2x6 base and keep it in the truck behind the seat throughout the season.. I'll build one this weekend to try out..
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