A comparatively slow starting speed of the arrow in the first third of the barrel (in the area of the draw length) and a high acceleration in the last two-thirds. The fact that the arrow is being pushed smoothly in the beginning and becoming subject to the whole force in the end, allows the arrow to overcome its inertia and to erase the symptoms of fatigue generated from the vibration when shooting.
The energy transfer of compound crossbows causes only a comparatively low abrasion of the string. Nevertheless, it should only be changed by a professional or with a press.
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