My other hobby is stunt kites and one of the things used to connect the spars of the kite together were Easton Aluminum arrows cut to about 3 inches in length. The spars were graphite arrow shafts.
With all the Easton sizes available, you should be able to snugly sleeve many of the carbon arrows out there today. Just cut the aluminum arrow about 8 inches or so you can get a good grip on it, slip it over the arrow you want to strip (you'll probably have to take the point off to get it on). Grab hold of the arrow and "stripper" and pull it through hard. Maybe use an arrow puller to hold on to the stripper as you pull.
:mg: Never tried this. So I don't know how safe it is. Don't stab yourself trying this.
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