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splicing feathers
« on: January 08, 2007, 08:42:00 PM »
Markus
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  posted February 21, 2004 03:17 PM                        
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Mike,
just use the peel-and-glue method for splicing feathers. It keeps you away from concerning so much about base width and you can use pieces of feathers you normally put into the trash can.

Here's how to do:
  http://www.stickbow.com/FEATURES/ARROWMAKING/feathersplicing.cfm  


Just wanted to say a big thanks to Markus, I had some feathers on one broken arrow, then another arrow missing fletching, so I tried some splicing. They are feathers that have been stripped off of shafts, and I didn't have sand paper, so I was forced to try to clean them up with a untility knife. But anyways, here's the results and I wanna say I love the "How to" section, keep up the great work tradgang!

 

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