I’ve been doing some repairs on some club Mybo Cadet arrows and I’d like to share this tip with you. Following a coaching session we had quite a few broken nocks.
When a nock breaks leaving a section in the shaft, it can be hard to remove. I found taking a small screw and carefully screwing it into the broken part of the nock can help. You can then use a pair of pliers to grip the screw and with a bit of puling it should come lose with the broken part of the nock attached.
broken nock removed
It might take a couple of attempts but be patient, it should work.
Thanks for reading.
I thought I would share a quick tip I’ve learnt from using Bohning Ferr-L-Tite Hot Melt Glue Stick.
Hot-Melt comes in a stick of approximately 3 inch / 75mm in length. You heat it up and as it melts you apply it to the arrows pile / point and then insert the point into or onto the shaft depending on the style of point, before the glue sets. It is pretty popular with many archers as due to the low melting point of the glue it is easy to warm it up and remove pile if required.
The problem is as you use the glue stick it gradually gets shorter and shorter, making it harder to hold over the flame. You normally end up holding the stub with a pair of pliers and run the risk of covering them in glue. To overcome this I can came up with a simple trick of using a long wood screw that I screwed into one end of the glue stick stub to use this as a handle.
Hot-melt glue stub with a long wood screw attached
These kept my fingers away from the flame, allowing me to hold the glue securely, as opposed to having to use a pair of pliers. It is a simple tip and I’ve found it works well.
Hot-melt glue softening over gas ring
One other thing is make sure you don’t melt glue over your cooker as chances are if you do you’ll be in trouble.
I hope you find this of use and thanks for reading.