I wondered about the size of the loop in a hunting situation, looked kind of small. I saw some that were tied in place and some that rotated freely around the string. I could imagine chasing that thing around with a release with a big buck coming in...lol
I am currently using a slightly longer more flexible material for my loops and it seems to work. I was just curious about those who have tried them.
Burned end exits the rh side for a rh shooter, on the top knot. Reverse for a lefty.
The easiest way to test is to just tie a regular loop under the arrow and tie a nock set above. You’ll have to adjust the peep obviously but this way you get the loop size you want and it doesn’t spin like a torquless one tends to do.
Charlie, that loop must belong to someone with a very long draw length, or compensating for a DL bow too short for them, because it appears a good 1/2” of DL is wasted. If my loop has more than 1/8” of wasted slack, I’m retying, as I want all the DL I can get.
The question was about a torqueless loop, which were created to reduce the release head "twist" on the loop. As Dudley pointed out, the loop will have a natural twist because of the knot. Does it "really" matter? Not that I have ever heard, I think it's one of those "can't hurt" type things.