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harvey lee

Tip of the week

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This season lets just continue with the thread from last season. Too much good info to delete from last seasons posts.

Feel free to add what you have.

We can all learn from each other from every post made.

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A new purchase I made for this year was an arrow spinner. I found it on clearance during the spring and snatched it up for ~$7. I can use it to spin the arrows with and without broadheads and before and after fletching. I have found a couple arrows that were not well balanced and wobbled. By changing those out or trying to remedy the situation by refletching My groups have tightened up and I have been much more consistent.

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Spinning arrows is always a great idea, especially with broad heads! I took the really cheaper route years ago and cut a "V" in the ends of a golf ball box to spin my arrows. The new carbons are much better for being on center than the alum. but one can still find some that are off. Good tip!

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A tree stand life line that has a prussic knot!

Good insurance when climbing up or down from your tree stand!

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Another nod for the prussic hitch...6 loop. Everyone in a treestand should know this knot. It might save your life.

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