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hey guys,<br>i was making my zodiac entry but the paint had to dry so i was bored.<br>i grabbed a broomstick, sawed of a piece and attached some bands, and try'd too shoot it, wow...<br>10 shots 8 hits, out of nothing.<br>but now i have some some questions, <br>1: is there a length for the piece of cord between the pouch and the bands?<br>2: do you have to use shorter bands because of the cord?<br>hope you guys can help me<br>by <br>onno
 

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Looks good to me!<br><br>The loop does take away a bit of your draw, but not very much. You simply deduct the length of the loop from the STRETCHED rubber length. So if your draw is 110 cm (half butterfly), and the loop is 5 cm, then the relaxed rubber should be around (110-5)/5 cm = 21 cm. Without the loop, it would be 22 cm. Not a great difference.
 

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<div>Instead of cord, I have seen others using a piece of small theratube. It opens the pouch when released an adds a taper.</div><div class="clear"></div><div class="signature_div">
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