- Continuing the commentary, I use Testor's model paints. Their "enamel" is
actually a lacquer base, winds up being compatible with Bohnings products
and with the Deft wood finish I prefer for sealing. The little bottles last
quite a long time if you keep them tightly capped.
I am not sure of the pedigree of my cresting jig. Grey got it years ago in
a purchase from someone who was retiring a bunch of archery gear. He never
used it and I did, so he gave it to me.
I think your idea of a layer of sealant over the cresting is a good one.
Another possibility is to get some of the stuff that makes a "POOF" on your
arrow to make it easier to spot on the target and place it so the arrow
rides down the rail on that. I know Three Rivers sells it.
Good Luck! See you on the hill soon,
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