Sir Jon, How do you keep the point 'tight' in this case? The concept is
REALLY intriguing to me.
But it would seem to me, that over time with repeated impact, and
pulling from the target ... that the brad would start to wear it's hole
through the wood slightly.
And that therefore over time, the head would get a hair 'wobbly'. Which
wouldn't be good at all for accuracy.
On 5/2/12 6:22 PM, John Edgerton wrote:
> I just rivet my points on. I use a thin wire brad and drill a matching
> hole through the point and shaft. Then I peen it over and then file it
> smooth. You have to punch the rivet/brad out to remove the point from
> the shaft. Never lost a point this way.
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