tabs are made from the same material, and are two layer at the string
They have a stiff leather finger plate for the frame.
The string faces are made from industrial grade ballistic nylon with a
soft leather backing. The ballistic nylon is very slick on the string, and
will last a very long time if kept lubricated. They have a paracord finger
lanyard, with a cord lock for adjustment.
I build both 3 under, and split finger styles in medium, large, and extra
The 3 under tabs work for either right, or left hand.
The split finger tabs have to be built for right, or left hand, and have
the option of having a finger spacer, or not.
The sizes of the tabs are determined by finger width, and the length of
your fingers is accommodated by where you position the tab on the fingers.
Here's a sizing chart.
Unless you know how, and have the tools
to do it, these tabs cannot be trimmed, so getting the size right is
important from the get go.
Tab Maintenance & Care:
Your tabs come to you with coconut oil soaked into the
nylon string face.
The oil slowly wicks out over time to keep the string face lubricated, but
actually lasts quite a long time before needing to be reapplied.
When the nylon face appears to look dull/dry, just warm up some coconut
oil, and soak the nylon string face with it.
Especially do this if the nylon face appears to be fuzzing.
A little fuzzing is nothing to be concerned about, but using the oil prior
to that happening will generally keep it from happening at all, and
insures your tab will give you the slickest loose of the string shot after
Applying the oil to the leather also, will help moisture
proof it, and keep the backing leather soft & flexible.
Do this, and the tabs will last you a long (long) time.
NOTE: I "highly recommend" using only tie on nocking points for
any nocking point that will be sliding across the face of the tab.
Metal, crimp on nocking points are ok "IF" you insure they have no sharp
or jagged edges to them.
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