Great buildalong, tenbrook!
I've got a question for all you guys about points for cane arrows. For a while I've used duplex points, but I've found that over time the impact in targets (and trees and rocks when targets are missed) tends to drive these into the shaft and cause it to split. But also with tapered, glue-on points it's hard to get some that mate perfectly and I usually end up with a small lip at the back of the point. This tends to snag when pulling the arrow out of a target and pull the point off. I LOVE cane arrows, but this one little issue has got me questioning whether or not I want to continue using them.
Ok, I guess that wasn't really a question, but a statement. So here's the question, how do you guys solve this problem?