Finding the spine of a carbon arrow

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  • N3YMY

    Active Member
    Jan 21, 2013
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    Does anyone here have access to, or know someone who has access to a device similar to this for finding the spine of an arrow?

    And no, I am not interested in the “bath tub” method…
     

    4g64loser

    collector of fine .22s
    Jan 18, 2007
    2,356
    maryland
    Don't know as I have never needed such but the guys up at new beginnings archery near gettysburg have quite the shop full of tooling. They unscrewed my (first) compound bow that another shop restrung and supposedly tuned. Wrong spine of arrows, plenty of issues in the bow work that my rookie eye didn't see. The owner got me fixed up, made me up a dozen (correct for my bow) arrows, and then rechecked the tune with me shooting it.

    His work area was awash in tooling and fixtures but I'm too new to the game to have noticed if what you linked was there.
     

    N3YMY

    Active Member
    Jan 21, 2013
    2,402
    His work area was awash in tooling and fixtures but I'm too new to the game to have noticed if what you linked was there.

    Sadly, they didn't have such a device; I'll have to do a drive by at Apple Harvest for them; sounds interesting...
     

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