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davepjr71 05-18-2007 05:39 PM

RE: Arrow Squaring?
 
Only if he wants or can afford to compete. ;)



MDBUCKHUNTER 05-18-2007 05:51 PM

RE: Arrow Squaring?
 

ORIGINAL: AllenRead

There areNO shooters in the worldBETTER than the top tournement shooters.

....

There willNEVER be an unheard of"backyard joe"whosuddenly pops up to win one of the major tournements.

I have tried to avoid getting back into this topic but c'mon!

I am voting this the dumbest thing I have ever read. How can you say such statements when you obviously don't know every archer out there.

bigzombee69 05-18-2007 06:56 PM

RE: Arrow Squaring?
 
Does anyone know what the starting topic was?
I thought it was about squarin arrows. Do I need to do this with outserts or does it matter?

davepjr71 05-18-2007 07:07 PM

RE: Arrow Squaring?
 
bigzombee69,

The squaring has purpose on outserts as well as inserts. I'm not sure how you would do outserts.

I'm not sure how the ASD would work on outserts. The arrow rests on 2 places on the ASD.3/8" from end of insert/outsert and then a few inches down the shaft

If the outsert is larger than the arrow shaft itself the arrow would not rest on the bottom of the tool and therefore would not be square with the shaft.

gibblet 05-18-2007 07:11 PM

RE: Arrow Squaring?
 
i know kurt warner was a college qb before bagging groceries.


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