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This method for attaching an adapter to your bow works for any point you want to place an adapter, even a limb. Determine how you want it to ride on your back and test the adapter placement. Depending on your bow's limb the included knobby limb pad may be needed for keeping it positioned while there's no tension on the sling.
Super easy knots, this is the first...a Prusik Hitch! All your questions answered. If not, see the videos below or give us a shout.
Master these three simple and versatile knots used in the BowslingerPro universal bow sling system. If you're good with paracord knots you're welcome to use others to match your style and preference.
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This is a key knot/hitch in the system for attaching the adapter. We skip past the double fishermans knot since it's not needed. A nice tight prusic will keep the adapter in place, especially under tension.
Good looking easy to tie knot that's used provide a base and work up to the adapter socket.
It's more of a mouthful and far easier than it sounds. Use this knot to cover and finish the adapter socket. It's optional depending on the method used for attaching the adapter, but covering the socket makes it silent.
Finishing you can melt the trimmed ends into the knot or finish it off with a square knot as shown in the video. For a little added security some will use super glue in the knot or high performance wood hardener. We've found super glue easier to control.