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    Default sandwich bags & inserts

    Does anyone else use plastic sandwich bag to hold there carbon arrow inserts instead of glue I have been doing it for years

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    Does anyone else use plastic sandwich bag to hold there carbon arrow inserts instead of glue I have been doing it for years
    nope I never heard of this before....
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    Never heard of it...


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    I was watching a hunting show a couple year ago and the one hunter said he did so I try it and been doing it every scents

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    What you ut the bag over the shaft and push in the insert?


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    yep

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    I'll have to check it out...


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    they dont pull out in 3D targets?......

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    No they are in there just like glue

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    I think DANO was doing this last year??????????


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    Quote Originally Posted by TEN RING View Post
    No they are in there just like glue
    Pictures, very interested to see this.

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    I am interested to see this as well Im always looking for an easier way

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    here are your pictures
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    How is that for speed I am also fleching arrows talk about mulit tasking

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    We’ve done this quite a bit with our nocks and uni bushings and that works pretty decent but I never tried it on the point end


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    I'm guessing the reason for doing this is so you can remove them and re-cut the arrow if you wanted to, so how hard are they to get out?

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    just heat up the tip turn and pull you can do the same with the glued inserts

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    Interesting. You ever have any broadheads and inserts come out of the arrow into the target when pulling them out?

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    ive had glued inserts do that archer

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    Nothing in a target but if you shot them in a 3d target in the leg they sometimes pull out just as a glued insert would

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