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  • richard roop
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    Wanted to play with arrow ‘wraps’ in place of cresting or crown dips so I dug up some Prismatic Duct Tape and proceded to make up a set with a really cool looking 4″ rainbow crest out in front of the fletching.  These things look sooooooo cool in the sunlight.  We’re talking dazzel  ’em with brilliance big time !!!!

    Sadly, at full draw, that living, sparkling rainbow is really distracting. Back to the drawing board.

  • Raymond CoffmanRaymond Coffman
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    I bet they are fine looking arrows ! Carry a few in your quiver , just for the “Style” points if nothing else – haha.

    Scout aka Ray

  • richard roop
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    Actually, I’m beginning to think that they ‘may’ be useful as a training aid. If I can concentrate on the target with something sparkling right in front of me, shooting ‘regular’ arrows ought to be a snap.

  • Raymond CoffmanRaymond Coffman
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    Exactly

    Good training aid — forces you to focus on the target and look good doing it!

    Scout aka Ray

  • RalphRalph
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    One could be selective and make them one’s cloudy day only arrows.  😀  or….😎

  • richard roop
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    Yeah, but they just don’t look as ‘cool’ under clouds as bright sunlight.

    I must be doing something right; shot a 726 American Round yesterday.

    Edit; But not with ‘those’ arrows.

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