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This week, one hot topic has been about the reasons for all the different crosslace placement. Several people have already weighed in citing hold and release as examples, where do you put your crosslace?
Krieg Shaw posted the following:
Recently I’ve seen a lot of people (mainly ECD) put their top crosslace in the row of diamonds immediately above their top shooting string. Maybe it’s because my OCD with symmetry, but I don’t get it.
What’s the main difference with putting your crosslace immediately above your top shooting string, rather than having a row of diamonds between the two?
What do YOU think? Do you prefer it immediately above your top shooter? or do you put a space between? Don’t just sit there, string away!