Epoxy recomendations for inserts.

Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by glenny, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. glenny

    glenny Senior Member

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    Anyone find any epoxy that is the bomb for precisely tuning broadheads and holding up in the cold conditions?
    I had some great plains stuff before and it worked alright....
    Any suggestions?
     
  2. docsatterfield

    docsatterfield Junior Member

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    Glue recommendations

    I have been using Cyber 007, made by R.S. Archery Products, inc. for 2 years to set all bushing, points, inserts. 60-80 dozen arrows yearly. rarely does this glue fail in any condition. it is not an epoxy, so there is no mixing.
     

  3. glenny

    glenny Senior Member

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    Cyber 007

    Where can I purchase this product?
    Can I get a web address.
    Maybe I will give it a whirl,
    What is the setting time to work with?
     
  4. docsatterfield

    docsatterfield Junior Member

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    cyber 007

    www.rsbowvise.com/archery_products.htm is the web site. your local pro shop should be able to order it for you. if not the site list several folks you get purchase it from. i order mine from kinsey's wholesale.

    unlike goat tough where you only have 3 to 5 seconds this product gives you between 20-30 seconds and after 5 minutes you are ready to shoot.
     
  5. glenny

    glenny Senior Member

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    Is 30 seconds enough time?

    I use the G5 straitening(squaring) device on the shaft and then put my insert in and square that up.When I securely screw in the broadhead to the insert or 0 ring.I then spin the arrow to see how it is true.
    Usually,ever since I have used the squaring device this method works 9 times out of ten.
    If it don't, I guess I can just try and put a different broadhead in,or O-ring and see if it spins true then.
    I was thinking of just getting some slower epoxy to spin the broadhead and insert on the shaft.
    I wonder how to square up the insert without it being on the shaft before you glue it in?
    Hot Melt it and use a marker to line it up again maybe?