Have you heard of a STS shock suppressor for bows?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    The rubber stopper on the end of the STS should be barely touching your string once installed correctly. When you shoot your bow, the string will contact the rubber stopper, thus stopping the normal forward travel of the string. Instead of traveling past the string's resting point (a common cause for wrist/forearm string slap and many errors cause by movement during the shot), the string is stopped at the resting point. This allows you to be more accurate without the worry of string slap or fouled shots due to excessive movement. a great product in my mind

    Source(s): i have one
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