Topic: Bowstring Troubles
I have a Taegeuk horn bow that I have been shooting for a little over a year now. I recently put a new string on it (an SMG string if it matters) as the string that came with the bow finally wore out. I had taken a few dozen shots with the new string, but after I released the string on the next shot, the bow flipped into the unstrung position. Upon closer examination, the bottom loop of the string had slipped off one side of the bow. I inspected the bow, and it did not seem to have any damage, and did not look crooked in any way. I figured I would put the string back on and give it a few more tries just in case what happened was a fluke. After the next shot, I noticed that the bottom loop of the string had already offset itself to one side, and was close to slipping off again. At this point I packed it in, and figured I would come here for some help. Should I just get a new string all together, or is there some trick I am missing to make this one stay on?