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on my new axis arrows i was using Bohning PLatinum to fletch blazer's and if you put any side pressure on them they would snap off... this naturally made me negatively excited... we went to a shop and he had us try Goat Tuff... this is the most awesome stuff we have ever used... i messed up on one vane and realized it 5 minutes after and tried to peel it off... not happening, we had to take a knife and start it and i tried to pull it off from there and ripped the vane in half instead... i love this stuff, was wondering if anyone else has tried this or has used it
 

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I Just Started Doing My Own Arrows , And Thats What I Used Finally I Made A Good Choice That I Didn't Have To Pay For Again.i Haven't Had A Vain Fall Off Yet. Good Stuff.
 

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actually... its VERY good stuff
 

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I have the Boning Platinnum cause thats what Walmart sells and they sponsor me. But once it runs out, I'm getting Goat Tuff, I hear its the shizzle.
 

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My shop has a glue named Maxi cure, it is awesome also, about 5 seconds and you can't pull vanes off, and cleans off good when refletching, just use a dull knife.
 

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I used Goat Tuff this year with my blazers and it works great. I was using AAE fastset gel and I had a few blazers fall off.
 

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Bohning is a lil easier to work with. ..but if your real careful and use Goattuff very conservatively(you almost need to develop a super conservative technique)its very tough and durable.
 

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Goat Tuff- awesome but might cause some whitening on the shafts...no big deal to me...

Bohning Quamtum XT- just as good as goat tuff, no whitening on shaft

AAE Speedflyte- little more thicker...still bonds as good

Got some more goat tuff on the way....used in combination with the debonder and a q-tip you can have HIT inserts ready to shoot in seconds :)
 

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agreed that Goat Tuff is great. Don't have to spend an hour cleaning shafts like some other types of glue require to get them to stick.
 

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After using Goat Tuf I don't know why I'd ever try anything else. Don't know if you have to but I still clean with 90% alcohol first. Heard Maxi-cure is good to.
 
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