Great linktbwhitetail said:Here is a great link, for what you are looking for. http://www.bowhunting.net/artman/publis ... Loop.shtml Hope it helps.
Second thatweave said:Great linktbwhitetail said:Here is a great link, for what you are looking for. http://www.bowhunting.net/artman/publis ... Loop.shtml Hope it helps.
Something I've always done is once I burn the ends and they are still hot I like to press them up against a flat surface, this makes the ends in the shape of a disc, almost gauranteed to not slip out, at least one never has on me.JRat1 said:weave, I tie them everyday. One thing I do is burn the end, tire the first knot then make the second knot with the arrow Im going to use nocked to the string. I pay very close attention to the size of the loop. I pull it down until it almost touches the end of the knock. Then I cut the second side and burn the end. I then take a phillips screwdriver insert it in the loop, hold the bow string on both sides of the loop and grab the screw driver and pull to set the loop. It should end up being about a 1/2" Loop. I think the smaller the loop the better!
The site above is really good it explains it very well.
Another good link, thanks!bowdiddly said: