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    America's Best Bowstrings

    I just had a America's Best Bowstring put on my mathews Z7, so far its a great string and looks great, just curious if anyone else shoots with ABB string and what their opinions were on them
    Mathews Z7
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    QAD Ultra Rest
    CArbon Exacta/Rage 2 Blade @ 432grs.

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    I don't have them but have heard nothing but good things about them from people that do. Last time I changed my string out I decided to go with a locally made one and feel I made a mistake. String stretch was evident within the first year and the serving needed replaced before the second. You get what you pay for when it comes to them.
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    Yea I paid 115.00 for the string and cable, but they say they dont stretch or dont have any problems with peep twist, Im just hoping I got what I paid for, I didnt do any research on the Brand before I bought it, but hopefully it lives up its name
    Mathews Z7
    @70/29"
    Exttreme Ranger site
    QAD Ultra Rest
    CArbon Exacta/Rage 2 Blade @ 432grs.

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    I think you did right by going with them. Those, Winner's Choice, Bucknasty, etc. are all leaders in string making. You mentioned peep twist, in fact that's how I missed a shot at a buck for the first time this past season. Drew back my bow and the peep was turned. Had been noticing it as a slight problem now and then late summer but figured it had never been a problem since I owned the bow so it would be good. Lesson learned, should have fixed the problem when I noticed it.
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    I agree there are many great string companys out there now, and this one is well known to be a good one
    there not cheap I knopw that but if they prevent things and last long, money well spent
    I only used winner's choice, due that was what my local shop sold, and was always happy
    and America'sbest is about the same league so you too should be happy

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