Bow Setup: Installing the D-Loop and Rest (Part 1)

In this 4-part archery series, Elk101’s Corey Jacobsen walks you through a tutorial on setting up a new bow.

In this video (Part 1), he’ll demonstrate the first step to setting up a new bow: tying in your “D-Loop” and attaching your rest.

The 4-Part Bow Setup Video Series includes instruction on:

Part 1: Installing “D-Loop” and Rest – THIS VIDEO
Part 2: Tying in a Peep Sight and the Rest Cord – https://youtu.be/DH8pEk-WazI
Part 3: Adjusting the Rest and Paper Tuning – https://youtu.be/38mBTtQoXHI
Part 4: Tuning the Bow for Broadheads – https://youtu.be/Rayu6cNK21g

Equipment used in this video include:

Prime Rize bow
HHA Virtus Rest
BlackEagle Spartan 300 arrow

For more information regarding elk and bowhunting for elk, be sure to visit Elk101.com at http://www.elk101.com/.

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geoff lewis - March 5, 2019

Woohoo Woohoo

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Frank Garcia - March 5, 2019

Thanks Corey! I always enjoy educational videos! Keep up the great work.

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Dyna - March 5, 2019

Would consider tying in nock sets and check arrow level prior to tie on D loop…..metal speed nocks can be notorious for coming loose and flying off

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Wapiti - March 6, 2019

Excellent program Cory

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Lance Barenberg - March 8, 2019

Nice Cory thank you..I've always tied clove hitches in opposite directions because i didn't know how to tie that..I'm guessing a pair of needle nose ran backwards in the d loop would work to stretch it out

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tim c - March 14, 2019

brand on the clamp holding bow?

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PBS #007 - April 17, 2019

please make a tool list thanks.

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Tim Abney - May 16, 2019

Hey Corey, how do you determine where to put the nock point?

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