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    Default Gat-Ku Help

    Hey guys,
    I just bought my first Gat-ku in preparation for my Memorial Day Trip weather permitting. I was just wondering what you guys do/use to secure the tip to the spear. Should i just put a knot in the line, or is there a better more sophisticated way?

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    Assuming sliptip; o-ring rubber band
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    i got the slip tip and came with an o ring rubber band, what do i to with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aheat1021 View Post
    i got the slip tip and came with an o ring rubber band, what do i to with it?
    Ill post a pic shortly
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    There should be some sort of tagline that can be used to apply tension to the slip tip. Run the tag line under/through the o-ring and it should hold the tip in place. You might have to check it and or pull it tight between shots.
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    Thank you, much appreciated!

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