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I would think something like the dual version that extends past the string with a rubber band between them would be more effective. It also wouldn't be nearly as hard on the bow. The device would be under tension at rest. When the bow was fired the string would/could contact the rubber band anywhere from an inch to 6 or more before it reached its stop or at rest location. After contact the tension would increase as this device stretched and the string move to the stop location. Basically the string force opposes the device tension. this should greatly reduce vibration and forward string travel and not cause a sudden stopping of the string forcing the arrow to prematurely release. it could be tuned too. Dang, I should have patented this before spilling my guts.
Okay just send me 5 cents for every one you sell. : I am going to go home and build one to put on my bow. Later.
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