5.0 out of 5 starsI’ve got about 100 shots on these and they are holding up fine. Really took the twang out of the string. Get these, not the beaver balls. Easier to install and more substantial.Long-lasting String Silencers used to strategically place weight on your bowstring to gain velocity. Can be used with or without other string silencers. Eliminates the need for speed buttons. Silences.Keeping your bow quiet is a high priority to a bowhunter. Keeping deer or other game from "jumping" the bow string can be the difference from a kill, miss, or even worse, a wounded animal. With many options for string silencers and bow silencers, choose what will work best for your bow’s needs. Bigger a silencer, the more noise it will dampen.Choose low priced bow string silencers, arrow nocks, loops and kisser buttons from Cabela’s to tell when you reach full draw and maintain a consistent anchor point.Had a bare string, figured it was a good time to evaluate string silencers on video.One way to install the string silencer in between the string is to remove the string from the bow and stretch it out between two nails on a work bench. You can use a thick rubber band on one end to keep the string taut while you proceed. Once you have the string taut and secure, separate the strands evenly. I shoot a 16 strand string, usually.There are a lot of awesome bow accessories on the market you can consider, and getting the best bow string silencers is an important priority for many hunters. While target practice doesn’t require this sort of addition, hunting on the field means you’ll have to stay stealth at all times.Bear Archery obviously gets its name from the late. vibration and noise reduction are the Shock Wave limb-dampening system, Sonic Knot on-string silencers and the riser-based dual Rock Stop string.Being very careful not to cut the bow string, cut the loops so you have a lot of single strands. note: For photo purposes the bow is not strung, but string the bow before you cut the loops. Shoot the bow a few times to get the silencers to expand. There you have it: nice homemade wool silencers.