When I cut Easton 6.5 Bowhunter arrows to the length I need does it matter which end I cut off?

Asked By Kevin SnyderJun 22, 2022
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Most "internet experts" will tell you the best thing to do is cut the arrow equally from both ends.  This removes any "run out" on the ends, which is where most straightness issues happen.   With that said, I've been cutting my arrows from the insert-end for as long as I've been shooting archery and have yet to have an issue.  Just be sure to square off the end of your arrows after you cut them with something like the Lumenok F.A.S.T tool, and clean them well with some acetone before gluing in your inserts.

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