So I screwed up tonight. Went to Dicks Sporting Goods and bought a half dozen Easton arrows. I have an arrow saw and figured I'd cut them and glue the inserts in myself. Wife said "why not have them do it?" So I did.
WELL, guy takes 20 minutes to cut six arrows and glue in the inserts. Comes out, walks past me, shakes his head coming back and says we have a problem. I think great! He glues one insert and doesn't push it in quick enough. The insert is sticking out 1/4". Of course it was the last 1/2 dozen of the ones I wanted.
Can I heat up the insert enough to melt the glue and pull it out? I don't think putting heat directly on the carbon is a good idea. Even if it damages the end a hair, I'd still be ok. I can cut off another 1/2" or so and still be ok. I did get $10 taken off the price and got to keep the arrow, so I'm not out any money.
Thanks for the help.