A good string will stop creeping eventually, I haven't adjusted my Boo string in over a year, daily use too.
For eliminating stretch there is no substitution for shooting it in to place, a close second would be leaving it cocked over night.
I put the same care and caution in to my crossbow for accuracy as a bench shooter does his rifle, just another hobby that is fun to take serious.
Dave1 wrote:I am curious about this brace height thing. If a new string stretches and the brace height changes slightly, does that increase or decrease the poundage and change the arrow speed and/or point of impact?
How much variation in bow poundage, arrow speed, and point of impact can brace height change have?
Is brace height change something the owner/shooter should watch for closely, adjust by twisting the string when any change is noticed, and try to keep at precisely the same place?
Is there a standard procedure so to speak such as wait a week or shoot xx number of times then adjust brace height for new bows or string replacements for checking/setting and maintaining brace height?