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Stringing a (heavy) horsebow using a double-loop stringer or "kemend"

Posted by ArcheryDuns on August 11, 2014 at 8:25 AM

There's a thread on AIUK (http://www.archeryinterchange.com/f11/h-e-e-e-l-p-207158/),
where someone accidentally bought a #80 horsebow & can't string it.

The technique of using a double-loop string or "kemend" is just as applicable to light-weight
horsebows esp. where there is a risk of poor technique
e.g. step-through method or even normal cup&loop stringer;
which may result in twisted, damaged/broken limbs

I know because i've been there with that nice #47 Hungarian Akosbow (https://www.facebook.com/Akosbow)
I won on FB for 1000-likes-shares).

The below blog-article has a video demostrating using the "kemend" & also describes
how to use & make a kemend

Turkish Flight Archery: How to string a Turkish bowTurkish Flight Archery Research And Practice



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