Spruce arrow-repair footing with inner cone
Sometimes an arrow can break quickly.
If there is no Arrow-Fix Tool at hand, the repair can be carried out quickly and easily with ready-made foreshafts. The repair foreshafts made of spruce wood have a 5º conical bore and can easily be attached to arrow shafts that have been sharpened with a sharpener. The length of the foreshafts is 160mm (6.3").
How to make it?
- Cut the broken arrow shaft down to the intact part.
- Sharpen the arrow shaft with a sharpener.
- Apply glue (preferably epoxy) to the cone of the sharpened arrow shaft and attach and align the repair foreshaft.
- After the adhesive has hardened, sand down the transitions.
- No wood plane necessary.
- No shere force, no large repair.
- With the Arrow-Fix Tool these foreshafts can be made quickly and easily by yourself.