A bow that makes very little noise when the string is released is a bowhunter's dream. You certainly don't want a big "thwack" to alert the game you're shooting at. It might duck as a reflex reaction, causing your arrow to hit high of its intended mark.In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly talks about several ways to make your compound bow quiet for hunting. Reilly talks about silencing devices that can be added to your riser, limbs and string, and he also talks about how arrow weight can affect the level of noise produced by a bow at the shot.If your hunting bow is making a lot of noise, you need to watch this video.