Hunting Man· Super Moderator
a little glue goes a looooooong way. It depends on the type of glue used if heat will melt it. If it was heated in the beginning of the process you're in luck. You have to be very carefull using a propane torch, keep the flame very low and move the arrow back and forth across the insert area. With a practice broadhead inserted just pull the glued insert out with a pair of plyers. You may still have a glue mess inside the arrow shaft so be carefull when installing the new insert as there is probably plenty of glue still in there. Just a dab will do ya! Epoxy glues may be a problem???