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    Does anyone have any idea what this is? I purchased a box of hunting items at a public sale and this was in the box. The name on it is POTAWATOMI PRODUCTS PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. It has clips on the T portion which I am guessing fastens to the bow string? Does it have something to do with arrow knock placement?

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    Correct, use it to find the knock point on your string.

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    Thumbs up u r right

    This device is used to set the nock placement on the string and also for measuing the brace height (trad bows). It is a must for any archer to properly tune a trad bow. ( brace height is the distance fron the handle to the string)

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    Actually it looks like a regular ruler to me...maybe from Fishers furniture? ok...kidding...yea...it is an older style t-square for knock placement. Those have been around a long time.

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    Thanks for the information. I was close

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    Default Tiller measure

    I've used it to measure tiller and sync the limbs on my bow. It allows for a good consistent square measurement.

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    It's a bow square..

    Google it.. this will explain how it's used.

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