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    Default DD arrow puller

    Hey has anyone bought one of these Double D arrow pullers?

    I had some real issues with pulling my carbon express nano's out of a target at the indoor shoot last week. Same thing on a carpet bale yesterday. 3D season is upon us, so I figured I better go buy me an arrow puller. I stumbled into this baby and I'm thinkin it's just the ticket.

    Has anyone out there tried these and what is your opinion?

    http://www.ddarchery.com/index.html


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    Haven't bought one yet, but am going to. I saw this before and you just reminded me. I thank you for that.
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    Hmm...it doesn't look very comfortable, even from the pictures in their site.You must squeeze and pull, while holding 2 thin sticks and pay 33$ for it.May be i'm wrong, but the cheaper ones look better for me.
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    I think you need to watch the demo. I've tried the $10.00 ones and I've had situations where I just couldn't squeeze the puller hard enough to get it to grip the arrow. Doesn't look like that would be a problem with this.

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    Looks nice, but $33 plus shipping. Ouch! Think I am gona stick to the Woody's Arrow lube .

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    Default It's worth it!

    I received mine today and it is fantastic. It works great for holding the arrow tight while adjusting the nock placement and of course pulling arrows. I tried it on my dinky little Carbon Express Nanos and my great big Line Jammers and it worked equally well on both.

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    I just bought one over the weekend and look fwd to recieving it! I hope to turn some heads at my next club meeting.

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