I am going to replace my three year old factory string and have been thinking about going with a high performance custom string. My bow is a Bantam 308. Any suggestions as to strings and who builds the best would be appreciated. Thanks!
Marty built me a set of cables & strings for my Velocity and I can't stress enough the quality. I can't imagine Americas best or Rogue building any finer. This platform is tough on servings and I shoot it a lot, and it has held up well.
Thanks and I'm glad to hear all these good reviews. It means the world to me to hear that my workmanship is holding up to the extreme forces placed on these strings I make. I put alot of time and extra attention to detail and precision into every strand and round of serving. If something doesn t go they way I want it to I start over. I figure that by taking my time and making them perfect instead of going fast and overlooking minor issues is alot better than quantity. I always strive for quality over quantity.
I just wish other people would slow down and take on this old perception again. It is such a shame what happened to Scorpyd this past year. They had such a wonderful new crossbow they wanted to perfect and drop into our hands and everyone was rushing them and threatening them for their money back or else........ Jim and Rex ran into a couple design glitches they could've improved on but, NO, they had run out of time and now they have to spend all this time and money on correcting their haste. Can you imagine what the Nemesis would have been if everyone would've just put their big boy boots on and waited ? Heck I would've even lent Scorpyd money for them to get it right the first time if they needed it. I always want to be a team player, not on the team and trying to be the referee at the same time.
I'm sure Scorpyd has learned alot from this year and how they went about their advertising and production process. They have been staying quiet and don't want anything being posted anymore on the internet. It's not that they are being dishonest or sneaky at all. They are taking they're time and designing, designing, testing, and testing until the get it right. I'm sure we aren't goung to hear from them at the ATA this year about a new product just yet. I see Scorpyd as a company that dosent even need to rely on the ATA show anyhow. They can just release their bows whenever and sale a ton. They are that good ! If everyone gives them the chance they deserve.