Well, I went out today and shot 4 dozen arrows and now my arm feels like jelly
I have not shot a bow for 15 years. I couldn't hold it still to save my life
At any rate I held everything within a paper plate and most in a 6" circle. I have 1 arrow that something is wrong with as it will fly low and left every time. Not just a little, but like 12 to 18 inches. Knock end had a 6" dia. wobble to it in flight. Pulled it out of the lineup,
1) Best glue for re-gluing vanes?
2) Is that rubber tube bow exerciser any good for building muscle back up?
3) Is it best to learn to do my own arrows or pay to have it done? I hope to shoot 500 arrows a week at the very least
4) what is a good fletching jig?
5) What other tools are really needed to set up a good shop for working on arrows and light bow work?
I had a horrible accident back in 1996 that broke bones in my back, neck, left shoulder, left elbow, left wrist, right fingers (all 4 fingers), Left knee, etc., all of which have had some type of surgery done since then.
It also messed my memory up real bad. Did not even remember much about archery until about a year ago (after looking at old pictures and video with family) Anyway, giving it a shot again. I will shoot 3 to 4 dozen a day until I can do more.
So, any advice anyone has for being able to do some of my own work and to build my muscles and stamina back up would be great.