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How much do White Water Archery arrow wraps weigh?

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We get questions all the time about how much our wraps weigh, so we though we’d do a video and post showing that. Our wraps come in several different versions and all have different weights.  Here is a breakdown of the results shown in the video.

All the wraps in the video are 5×1″ so everything is compared with the same specs.

Standard wraps @ 5″ x 1″ weighed 6.6 grains which works out to 1.32 grains per inch.

Standard Wraps with Laminate Armor @ 5″ x 1″ weighed 12.6 grains total for a 2.52 grains per inch.

Reflective Wraps @ 5″ x 1″ weighed 13.8 grains total for a 2.76 grains per inch.

Fluorescent Wraps @ 5″ x 1″ weighed 8.4 grains total for a 1.68 grains per inch.

Now accepting Pro and Support Staff positions!

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That’s right!  We are now accepting Pro Staff and Support Staff positions.  We have had so many requests that we are going to be accepting a limited number of each Pro and Support Staff positions.  If you are interested you can fill out the application here:  www.whitewaterarchery.com/prostaffapplication

The Pro Staff will be for competitive shooters on a national level and will have different benefits from our support staff.

The Support Staff where most applicants will probably fit in will require social media interaction and support as well as support at any state and local events in your area.

More details will be provided on the benefits and expectations once the staff members have been chosen and notified of their selection.

We can’t wait to hear from  you guys!

Jeremy Gentry

WWA

 

How to install an arrow wrap

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Installing arrow wraps is easy and really makes your arrows look unique and amazing.  Just a few steps and maybe 15 seconds and you have your wrap installed!

Start here:

1.)  Wipe the arrow shaft down with alcohol to clean any dirt and oils off the shaft.

2.)  Peel the wrap off and lay it down sticky side up.  Make sure you have the proper alignment (nock end of wrap on nock end of shaft.)

3.)  Roll the arrow up to the wrap and make sure the gap is the exact same distance between the wrap and arrow the full length of the wrap.

4.)  Roll the arrow over the wrap with even pressure, using both hands.  Stop about halfway through the roll and make sure that first edge of the wrap is laid down smooth.

5.)  Finish out the roll until it is on completely.  Make sure the wrap is overlapping by at least .10″ and is down nice and flush.

VERY IMPORTANT:  If there is not enough overlap there is a chance the wrap will lift up.

 

 

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