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New Sunset Hill Quiver and new arrows
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danielklee
Jan 16, 2022
Outstanding! Nice work.
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Ripples on shaft
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danielklee
Dec 25, 2021
Deno, This is the dip tube I made. I found the instructions online somewhere. I don't think it was from this here. I have a couple of the store bought tubes, but I made the components for just a few bucks. I made two for crowning too. Here is the list of things I used and the instructions. Super simple and it works great. But, the coffee can lid is too big. I put one over the top of it but then I put a quart of stain on top of it to hold the lid on. . DIY Dip Tube One 3 inch down to a 1 ½ inch pipe reducer. One ¾ inch to 1 ½ inch reducer One ¾ inch end cap One ¾ pvc tubing, 30 inches long, you will have room for a 32” arrow. PVC cement One plastic lid from a 1 lb. tin coffee can On the 3 in reducer, file off the mold lines on two sides of the piece to ensure the lid will fit over it. Glue the end cap on one end of the tube. Glue the ¾ 1 ½ inch reducer to the tube. Glue the ¾ - 1 ½ reducer to the small end of the 3 inch to 1 ½ reducer. Put the lid on, let the glue dry and that’s it. You can fill the dip tube with water based (borne) product and keep it fresh by putting the lid on the top 3 inch reducer. It should be good for about 4-5 years before it may be necessary to empty the tube to see if solids formed at the bottom and became a plug. You can easily remove that plug with a dowel rod. Rinse the tube with water and you’re good to go. For a shorter dip tube for crown painting, a 10 inch pvc tube is good. Make it the same way as for the longer one with the same reducer, cap, etc. This is not my design. I wish I could remember the name of the man who made the design so I can give him credit.
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Broadhead Giveaway
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danielklee
Oct 13, 2021
Hooray!
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Broadhead Giveaway
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danielklee
Oct 09, 2021
Please put my name in the hat.
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Ripples on shaft
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Ripples on shaft
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New Green quiver
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