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cutting arrows #4079567 02/24/13 08:51 PM
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I am wondering if there is a DIY way of cutting down my own carbon arrows without buying one of those saws or takeing them to a bow shop.

Re: cutting arrows [Re: El suave] #4079926 02/25/13 12:17 AM
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Just need a high speed saw. Use eye and face protection due to dust and possible splinting.

http://www.harborfreight.com/bench-top-cut-off-saw-42307.html


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Re: cutting arrows [Re: 7mag] #4080072 02/25/13 01:07 AM
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thanks for the info gona get one of those

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I just my dremmel with cutoff wheel.

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I have used hacksaw before, just need to score all the way around arrow before sawing all the way through.

Re: cutting arrows [Re: El suave] #4107375 03/07/13 10:52 PM
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I researched all the gadgets last year and by far the easiest way to do this without buying a new tool, is to buy a diamond blade circular saw blade for your mittor saw if you have one. I picked one up at Lowes for about 12-15 bucks. WORK PERFECTLY, hot knife through butter.

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