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#1212129 - 03/03/09 09:57 AM Re: cat whiskers? [Re: dmitchell28]
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 Originally Posted By: dmitchell28
you know, I was thinking that was the problem with it. I was sitting around looking at it, trying to figure out what caused it. Well its the bottom whisker, and thats the one that is closest to the STS. I think putting new ones on would just be a winless battle! Im sure it helped having them some, but with the cable dampener and the sts. I think that kind of null and voids the whiskers making a big difference.


Let us know how it works out . You shouldn't notice much of a difference.
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#1243759 - 03/17/09 09:23 PM Re: cat whiskers? [Re: dmitchell28]
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well, I finally took the last cat whisker off today. Well I was shooting and it finally flew apart. I shot for about 20 more minutes and I have to say, the little whiskers made a big difference even with the full STS system. I could tell a bit difference in sound. I thought with the sts it wouldnt matter having the whiskers on there but i guess I was wrong. I will def. put some on before season starts.
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#1244147 - 03/18/09 07:00 AM Re: cat whiskers? [Re: dmitchell28]
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I'm sure they help , but sometimes different silencers cause a different sound pitch to the human ear, but might not be any louder. If you do put them back on , have a dealer tie them on with string serving , making those pretty puff balls that stay on better than they do by tying the silencers to the string.
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#1246294 - 03/18/09 08:37 PM Re: cat whiskers? [Re: Radar]
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yeah I will definately have them tied in with serving string, these just seemed to come lose and starting hitting me in the face everytime I shot or peices flew off.
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#1247118 - 03/19/09 08:35 AM Re: cat whiskers? [Re: dmitchell28]
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Since the sts and other string suppresors have caught on, I don't see the need for any type of strin silencer. Limb savers on the limbs may not be a bad idea for some bows.
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