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Do you guys square your insterts after the arrows are all assembled? Thanks and God Bless
 

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Do you guys square your insterts after the arrows are all assembled? Thanks and God Bless
Only on arrows I'm going to install broadheads on. The G5 squaring tool makes this a very simple task.
 

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Thanks for your input guys i will try this..... thanks again and God Bless
 

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Yep, I square both ends of the carbon and then the insert face...I have found it to make a difference sometimes when it comes to spinning an arrow.
 

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Yep, I square both ends of the carbon and then the insert face...I have found it to make a difference sometimes when it comes to spinning an arrow.
Thank you, that is exactly why i am asking. I bought some swhackers yesterday for my elk hunt and only 3 arrows spine true after the inserts were installed...... Thanks and God Bless..............................
 

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I never have b 4, but the more I read , definatly going to start, I usually just spin test to make sure bh r good
 

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What side of the g5 asd do you use for squaring inserts?


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I cut and square both ends of the shaft, but don't bother with the insert.
 

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What side of the g5 asd do you use for squaring inserts?


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Can anyone answer this?

I have a G5 tool but both ends of the stone are the same axcept one end has a line engraved around it and the other end doesn't. No other markings..
 

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Can anyone answer this?

I have a G5 tool but both ends of the stone are the same axcept one end has a line engraved around it and the other end doesn't. No other markings..
It depends. For the aluminum inserts I will use the side with the cutter that is to be used for aluminum. For shafts like FMJ's and ACC's I use the side that is gritty and is to be used with carbon shafts. The side with the vertical line running through the center is the one for aluminum.
 

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It depends. For the aluminum inserts I will use the side with the cutter that is to be used for aluminum. For shafts like FMJ's and ACC's I use the side that is gritty and is to be used with carbon shafts. The side with the vertical line running through the center is the one for aluminum.
That's what I was thinking. Thanks for confirming that.:thumbs_up
 

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I also square both ends of the carbon and the insert face. G5 ASD
 
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