Thread: G5 Asd
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- Sep 2005 \r\n
- Northern OK. \r\n \r\n
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\r\nI\'ve been using one for the past 2 yrs. Is it worth it and does it work?....well, in my opinion yes. So far, with the use of the ASD, everytime I spin test an arrow, it is dead on.
\r\nIt is kinda awkward to use at first but once you get the technique down you can do an arrow in seconds. I shoot carbons and cut and build all of my arrows. After cutting an arrow I use the ASD carbon on the tip end and the nock end of my arrows. I then glue in the insert put in the nock and then spin test the arrow. 95% of the time thats all that is needed, everything spin tests great. Every once in a while I will have to use the ASD aluminum cutter on the insert, but not often. I think some of the insert surface ends are not square to begin with.
\r\nI just like knowing both the nock and insert ends are square and in proper alignment.\r\n
05-03-2006, 02:01 PM #1
Arrow Squareing Device
Anyone get one of these yet and what are your opinions? Heard someone talking about them, maybe even on here, but was not that intrigued, but know I am so lets have it.I cut things up and split them down!