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is it okay to cut arrows twice? i told the people at cabelas 27 inch and they cut 28 inch, not sure why but will it be okay to cut them again?
 

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Sure its ok. Just make sure you are not cutting through the inserts if they are already glued in.
 

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yea see thats the only problem i thought about... is there anyway for a shop to remove them?
 

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I bet if you called Cabelas up they'd just cut more arrows at 27" and swap them for you. I'd be considered about hitting the inserts, last ones I put in were over 1" long.
 

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just cut an inch off the nock side. It is actually said to be better to cut some off both sides anyways. Makes them straighter or something

But then I guess you run into a problem if their saw needs a nock installed. If anything an extra inch isn't going to hurt anything
 

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How much of a difference is one inch going to make. May be easier to just leave them longer.

Its very easy to destroy carbon arrows by trying to remove inserts. Pulls carbon fibers out of the shaft.
 
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