Bohning hot glue. Using a propane torch (or candle if you have lots of
time) heat the end of the glue stick until the surface area is melted like
thick syrup. Quickly wipe some glue onto the tapered ends of arrow shaft
and woody weight. Fit woody weight onto arrow taper and begin heating with
torch. Heating the woody weight will melt the glue on the wood arrow shaft.
(tilt arrow point upright or point will fall off).Once glue is melted
enough grasp w.w. with pliers and rotate to coat all tapered areas with
glue. Repeat this process to install broadhead. Spin test for alignment.
Most likely you'll need to reheat just enough to loosen area that needs
adjusted. Sometimes rotating 1/2 turn solves alignment problem.
Answered on 3/17/2014 by Anonymous