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OK just got back from a 3d shoot with a constant rain. It was fun and not to crowded so it went quickly. The problem came when trying to pull the arrows out of the targets. Using Easton Axis-n-fused and I have a rubber arrow puller to assist me. I also soaped the arrow between most shots. It was a bear to pull these arrows out. I spent 10 minutes trying to pull one paricular arrow out, in the 10 ring not X but close we're not talking about leg shots or areas where no arrows are hitting consistantly. I think I pulled every muscle in the shoulder area. any suggestions?
 

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Take a towel and keep your hands dry and dry the arrow. I use silicone to dip my arrows in. I made my own lube tube out of PVC pipe and endcaps with foam inside. This works for me. Soap never really worked for me to well.
 

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those axis nano's can be a complete bear to pull out. I would go with the above opinion.
 

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thanks I'll have to do that if it's gonna be wet.
 

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I find in good targets not the cheap ones the axis nanos are a lot easier to pull then the fatter arrows I use to use.
 
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