[Ansteorra] Combat Bolts
iaenmor at swbell.net
Tue Dec 21 14:05:26 PST 2010
JP has it right. What has been discovered is that sometimes the shaft
does not fully seat. Either from an air pocket, too much glue that can
not escape or not being fully seated. Marking the depth on the shaft
helps but it is not always done. Those of us have inspected more than
our fair share of bolts and arrows not too mention our own. We do take
notes and review them as a group.
On 12/21/2010 1:13 PM, Paul Thorne wrote:
> Yes before, it allows the glue to fill in better. With COSSs cache of well
> over 2000 pieces of ammo there has been an enormous amount of data
> discovered on the best way to assemble these.
> -JP DeCalmont
> Company of Saint Sebastian
> On Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 1:09 PM, James Crouchet<james at crouchet.com> wrote:
>> So are you saying we should make the hole BEFORE shoving the
>> fiberglass shaft into the APD? Just asking because the Northstar
>> instructions say to do it after and then only if it bulges. You way
>> sounds easier though.
>> Christian Doré
>> On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 7:00 PM, John<iaenmor at swbell.net> wrote:
>>> Take a heated pin or very small drill bit and make a hole thru the side
>>> the APD at the bottom (near the nock). This will allow extra glue to
>>> out. It helps. Use a small rod or something like to figure out were the
>>> end of the shaft hole is.
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