Well, I learned the hard way today the importance of a quality Arrow saw. I was cutting some Easton Axis on my "homemade" saw, a cheep 40 dollar Harbor Freight cut off saw mounted to my bench. The saw did not have the power or speed and was bogging down while cutting and I got some gnarly frayed ends on my arrows.
Weston has two models, a 5000 rpm and a 8000 rpm. Do I need to spend the extra money on the faster one? Is 5000 plenty fast enough? I dont want to go through this again so I will spend it if necessary.