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When released the bow makes a clacking noise like the string is slapping the limbs.

Pulls smoothly but when released makes a sharp noise like the string is contactiong the limb creating a clacking noise.

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    jamesmccue Jan 18, 2013

    It is a takedown type bow.

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Remove string and check limb pocket inserts and limbs for delamination or coming apart. You can buy string dampners if it is just string slap.

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