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Rippinlip

Winterizing

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This may have been posted earlier, forgive me if it was.

I was just curious if any of you do anything to your bow and equipment before she goes away for a few months. Such as letting off all the tension off your limbs and strings, prep broadheads for storage, Anything?

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It sits on the bow rack and waits smile.gif

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wax your strings and keep it in a place where the temp is constant. room temp is preferable. thats what I do. I also put a light coating of oil on all of the set screws and such to keep them from rusting.

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Put away? confused.gif My equipment will see more use in the next few months than the rest of the year.

Join a league, have some fun this winter.

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