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String Tamer and ZipStrip

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Anyone using these products from Duravanes company?

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My bow is a little noisy and I like the idea of losing the string leaches(keep wearing out).

Does the ZipStrip do less damage than the curved razor blades?

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I've used about 4 different fletch/glue removal tools and the Zipstrip is the best one I've used...a little on the spendy side, but a great tool!

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I have an STS (Shock Terminator Suppressor) on my bow which is very similar to the string tamer. I didn't notice much difference in the amount of noise when I shoot but it really helps to eliminate hand shock. I have heard that the String Tamer is supposed to be even more effective due to the holes drilled in the aluminum arm. I don't think you will regret it one bit to add the String Tamer or an STS to your bow.

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Thanks guys!

I have a 06' Bowtech, so not much hand shock, but a little noisy.

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