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Anybody have any ideas how that was done?
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Thanks! That's what I picture too but why or how does it curve when the tension is relacked?hisyouthfulward wrote: ↑Sun Aug 22, 2021 11:49 am I'll hazard a guess...The front of the shaft is flexible, you can see a break-line on the shaft in the picture. If they could run a very thin line from the tip of the arrow's shaft (where the arrowhead is placed) to the lever and if the lever was pulled back, it would pull on the line and bend the flexible part of the arrow's shaft. Conjecture, to be sure, but perhaps a viable explanation?
I found some silicon straws that I could possibly use for the front.