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I know this isn't what your asking.....but I can't stand epoxy. I have yet to find an arrow point combo that doesn't work well with low temp hotmelt. The ONLY time I have ever lost a point with it was at Nationals when I shot through a target and the point stuck in the belt behind the target and it took 3 of us to pull my Nano back out.:eek:
 

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I use the Easton HIT epoxy packs that come with the new shafts. The shop owner uses QuickHit instead and saves all the packs for me...


I use hot melt on aluminums just fine. However, I have had in the past, points pull out of my carbon arrows in our clubs' SpiderWeb which makes the owner very angry because it is quite a pain in the @zz to go fishing for them. So I clean teh shaft interior w/ a brass bore brush and acetone, mix up a batch of epoxy and go glue them in.
 

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I have had great results with Bohning Powerbond. Very easy to use plus it is heat reversable. For aluminums, easton hot melt.
 
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