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Can someone help me out please….


I’m still shooting Easton Acc Prohunters 340 and I wanted to buy some arrow wraps from bohning, but not sure what size I need for my od



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Get the widest & you can cut them down to fit, that is easier than trying to stretch them.
 

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Here's a link to arrowrap.com. Look for your arrow on the list and order the correct size. Making wraps is much less expensive. You can buy a sheet of 12" x5' of Oracal 651 in Michael's for $5.99 on sale. Use a Wescott or Fiskars paper trimmer for $20.

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Get the standard or widest you can… it’s ok for them to overlap


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I always cut my wraps in half - just enough wrap for the length of the fletching
 
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Thanks for all the suggestions I appreciate it


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I second making your own wraps. It's so easy I cant see buying them for more than you pay for a roll. Unless you want some custom designs or something i suppose.
 

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Use Onestringer. They have a chart for all popular arrows and what size wrap to use. Great products at good prices and fast shipping.
 

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Take a piece of masking tape and wrap it around till you get a 1/8" overlap, take it off and measure it. That will give you an idea of what size you need.
 
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