Here's what Mysticguido says:
Both the cedar and the Cherry worked like a charm. Easier and better fit
than using a piece of aluminum shaft to fix a broken tip on a wooden
arrow. They take a hard hit and even made my stiff arrows fly way
I had to do very little sanding to blend to two together and I just used
poly for a clear seal to show off the tips to anyone that looked at
them. This helps to show how you can fix broken tips on woodies.
Your Product is a great one. You help bring new life to broken
arrows and I want to Thank you for letting me test them for You.
Also just to let you know I used one cedar on a cedar arrow and one
cedar on a ash arrow. Both arrows were shot at a live tree w/blunt
points to test how they would hold up. YES, the test was to see where
they would break and that is what I was trying to do... Both arrows are
now going with me to East Texas and will be used to try and take a hog..
THAT'S RIGHT.... They didn't break. They just bounced off the tree. I
heated the point and took them off to check for damage... None, so now
they sport 160 grn Snuffers.
Kim in New York says:
Jim -- I bought some reparrows from you in Feb. I used one on a broken
cedar shaft that I had and it worked fine in my basement. I was just
shooting a new bow outdoors at a distance of 16yds and shot the shaft
(mistakenly) dead on into the granite wall of my house's foundation. It
survived! Great product!