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Discussion in 'Beginners Archery Range' started by switchyhuntr, Feb 23, 2006.
HOW DO YOU PULL ARROWS FROM A 3D TARGET
WOULD SOME PERSONAL LUBRICANT HELP?:noidea:
There are several types of commercial arrow lube or you can use a bar of soap on the arrow shaft before shooting. Another tip is to use a plastic film canister, fill it with foam and cut a hole in the top just big enough for your arrow. Now fill the canister with bubble mixture (the stuff that kids blow bubbles with) and drain off the excess, you just want the foam wet. Now you can glue or tape a clip on it to hold it on your quiver.
Here is one of the commercial units.
Not to be a bad guy here but the gorilla grease arrow lube units suck, i had one, and went to use it after 3 months of not using it, and it gelled up or something, when i pulled my arrow out of the tube, at looked and felt like it had bubble gum on it... I use woodys arrow lube, only need to put it on arrows every 3 or 4 shots, and it dosent go bad, its the best ever, i wont leave the house with out it, its about $13.00, ive been using out of my bottle for about 2 years and still about 1/2 left, this stuf will not dissapoint you!!
Try this stuff, it really works
another good arrow lube is the stuff made by Carbon Express. lasts for several shots.
If you can't buy the commercial arrow lube, good old fashion bar soap works wonders.
Pam spray. If you don't like the way it works you can cook with it.:laugh: I am shooting A snowflake league and it is 20 degrees out and it still works great.
I use Pledge on my target arrows. I use an old film canister and put a hole in the cover the size of your arrow. I fill it with a cut out dish sponge and spray Pledge in it before a shoot. I dip my arrow tip in it before a shot (as needed of course).
I tried using Pledge on my arrows, I agree, it works very well.