When looking at any archery equipment, you want consistency from shot to shot. The last thing that you want is to be thinking, “Is my equipment going to cause my shot not to go into the center of the target or the kill zone of an animal?”  Thoughts like this can build target panic and other anxiety driven shooting issues. This brings me to why I got into building strings and then led to me starting Northeast Strings. I feel that a great bow string starts off with the best string material on the market.

 

There is a lot of technical stuff that goes into string making and every string maker has their opinion of the correct way to make strings. You have stretching times, stretching tension, wax or no wax, so on and so on. I am not going to go into every detail that I use when making strings, but I guarantee that when you buy a string from Northeast Strings you are getting a low wax string that has gone through a stretching process that helps eliminate break-in period on your string and gets rid of that “pain in the butt” peep rotation. I am the only string builder here at Northeast Strings and this helps with producing consistent strings on each build.  A lot of people shooting my strings have me build multiple sets at a time for a main and back-up bow, and I want to make sure the process is the exact same from string to string so they have the same feel for when they have to switch to their other bow.