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originally posted by: Trueman
Hey folks, recently got a traditional Mongolian Bow. It's handmade by someone in a remote place. Maybe an old man or a distracted person. It wasn't too expensive and I don't want to return it if I can fix a little problem that it seems to have.
I don't know too much about bows but I think the nocks (I think is how they call them) were made in the wrong place, they are carved by the inner side of the bow. Is that right ?
If it's wrong, can it be fixed ?
originally posted by: Anathros
I bow hunt in 3-4 states every year. I havent used tradition bows since I was a teen and have never used a Mongolian bow. That said, with my old Ben Pearson bows, you have run your bow your legs using them as leverage. It's hard to explain but I'm sure there's a video somewhere. The limbs in your pic is perfectly fine. You do not need a stringer.