I started noticing some noise on my Creed a couple of weeks ago. A “click” upon full draw – AND it was shooting as if the sights had moved. I was hitting high, as if I were about 3-5 yards closer to the target. I checked closely and discovered the bumper on the cam stop pin had fallen off. It’s about a 1/2″ in diameter soft rubber tube that’s about 3/16″ in thickness around the perimeter. My dealer replaced it quickly and both the noise and the over-shoot disappeared.
I also noticed that I was hearing a little more noise on release than usual. I discovered one of the set screws that holds the string stop was missing and the string stop had moved away from the string by about 1/4″. I replaced the screw that was missing, adjusted the string stop so there’s about the width of a piece of typing paper between it and the string and, voila’ its quiet again.
Bottom line, frequently inspect your bow for missing screws, parts, etc. Good pilots “pre-flight” their aircraft. I think it’s a good idea on one of these complex bows also!
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