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  1. #1
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    Default New Arrow Lubricant

    If you're like me, I would practice much more if my arrows weren't so hard to pull out of the target.

    Now there's a product called ArrowGlyde that gives you up to 40 shots with one application.

    Check it out here: www.arrowglyde.com

  2. #2
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    Default

    nice plug

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    True, this is a shameless plug, but the company that developed ArrowGlyde is owned by my brother. And.......I'm really excited about it. It's one of those products that really fit a need.

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    Default When you shoot as many as I do...

    I would say this is quite the plug....how about a free sample to obsession archery, the owner of 3dshoots.com,let us try it out ,see if it works,we hve a range that requires lube on the carbons.We sell alot of it.ALOT.
    I have one tha inserts in my quiver and am just about out of the carnuba that you pour in there.
    Is it sticky?

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    I'll pass your request on. My local archery shop owner has been using a Gorilla product that you dip the first 4 inches of the tip into (small tube). It lasts for about two shots and feels like "vasaline". This ArrowGlyde is a curable micro thin polymer coating, no stickyness.

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    Default Pass out the wealth...man

    It would be your best interest to give Chris some at Obsession,his shop is getting more and more customers in it every week since he opened it 4 months ago.
    Ever get up to northern Illinios,come see us.

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    Default Where at in Northern IL?

    Glenny,

    How far from Chicago is Obsession? I get up that way about once a month, and I am always lookin for archery shops to stop in at.

    Damon

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    We are located just north of Rockford, Illinois about 90 miles from Chicago. Our address is 8289 Burden Rd. Machesney Park, Illinois 61115. We are at the intersection of Illinois 251 and Forest Hills Road about 1 mile north of Illinois 173. It is pretty easy to find. Our phone is 815-877-1212. If you are in the area and can't find us, just give us a call and we will direct you.
    Chris Christenson - Admin
    3DShoots.com - Find Archery Shoots near you
    ObsessionArchery.com - Archery Supplies

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    Thumbs up Thanks for the Info!

    Chris,

    Thanks for the info. I'll have to stop in next time we are on our way to WI to visit the in-laws. You wouldn't happen to have a cot at the shop would ya? Maybe I could just stay there while the wife and kids go visit!

    Thanks again,

    Damon

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