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  1. darthTer

    On Ebay SkyArt SF Ultimate arrows - 31", 500 spine.

    SkyArt SF Ultimate 31" 500 spine | eBay 12 x Skyart SF Ultimates 500 spine 31" (nock groove to end of shaft) Ally/Carbon composite - nice small diameter arrow.
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    On Ebay Easton ACG shafts - 430 spine, 30.5"

    Easton ACG shafts 30.5", 430 spine | eBay 11 x Easton ACG's No nocks or points 430 spine 30.5 " (nock groove to end of shaft)
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    Alternative to binding arrows...

    After cutting self knocks on woodies, rather than binding the rear end with thread....would plastic shrink tubing work??? Granted it wouldn't have the "trad" look to it, but it would be VERY quick and easy to do....
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    Brownell Serving Materials....

    Just made a new 8125 string. However, I have cracked open my new spools of Diamond back (0.022) & Brownell No4 soft twist serving threads. I have to say I'm impressed!!! Compared to the last lot of BCY 62xs and 350 threads, I found the Brownell stuff nicer to use. I found that it wrapped...
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    End serving issue....

    Been making my own strings for a fair while now, and getting pretty good at it (if I do say so myself...) However, the past few strings I've made seem to always have the bottom end serving fail. The normally occurs about half way between the loop and the end of the serving, near the shoulder...
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    Self nocked arrows....

    For my last set of woodies, I used my new self nocking jig. All the nocks came out looking great, but on the first outing....one exploded and about 6 others have small but clear splits. Are these salvageable??? The 3 options I have are: 1) Bin the split ones 2) try to taper the end & fit...
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    Self nock - saw options....

    Folks, I've got myself a wee jig for cutting self nocks on wooden arrows, which I used last night. However, I think I could do with something better to actually cut the nocks. I tried a couple of saws that I have, but they were just too thin. Eventually I used the saw from a Swiss Army...
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