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  1. #1
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    Jan 2005

    Default cutting axis shafts

    Sorry for the newbie question new to the site and have not shot for over 10 years. Just got a new bow and the dealers around here are terrible. I want to shoot axis shafts from easton but will have to order them mail order. How do you cut them? I assume a high speed cutoff saw? who sells these? Is there some attatchment for a dremel tool?

  2. #2
    Junior Member
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    Jan 2005
    Morgantown, WV


    Not sure about the dremel tool attachment, but I just purchased an apple arrow saw that most dealers have in their shop. This is great because the cut off wheel will cut carbon arrows without splintering. You can contact Apple archery on their website (don't know the address), or check out online store. This saw is going to cost you over a hundred dollars, but if you cut a lot of arrows and want to do it right, you can't go wrong.

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