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    Default What glue you Trads. use

    Thought I should post this here, I am getting into feathers and wonder what glue you guys use on a carbon shaft. Not shooting a trad. bow.

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    Fletchtite Platinum.
    http://eastoutfitter.tripod.com/index.html
    http://www.cascadianbowmen.org/
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    Fletchtite Platinum here too. I've also had great results with Bohning Fletch Tape - and no waiting for it to dry!

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    Same as above!
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    Bohnning Tape is awesome!!! Put a dab of Fletchtite on the leading and trailing edges of the feather and you should be good to go!!!

    Good luck...and show us your crafted arrows!!!

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    Locktite cyno thin and use a toothpick to spread it. Then a dab of thicker Locktite gel on front and back as stated previous. Fast and secure. Use it on both feathers and plastic vanes. I will add that I prep shaft or wraps with liquid sander.

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