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Safe Arrows Use

Archery warning!


Welcome to LeoLeo Archery and congratulations on your selection of high quality arrows.Whether you shoot any brand arrow,we want you to know that there are some basics which you must know to shoot safely.
To reduce your risk of serious injury or death, you must read and understand all following safety warnings, instructions.If you are unsure of anything in these instructional materials or have any questions in regards to LeoLeo-Archery, stop and contact the Customer Service Department at info@leoleo-archery for assistance.


Any arrow can become damaged. A damaged arrow could break upon release and injure you or a bystander.
Damage to an arrow shaft,or any of its components,may occur from,improper transport,handling or use impacts with hard objects or other arrows;Use good judgment and common sense,to determine if your arrow has been damaged in any way.WARNING! NEVER SHOOT A DAMAGED ARROW.

Before each shot (including the first shot of a new arrow) carefully inspect each arrow shaft, nock, and other components to see that they have not been damaged.Before shooting, place the arrow between your thumb and fingers, and using your other hand to slowly rotate the shaft, run your fingertips along the entire arrow length, feeling and looking closely for nicks, cracks, splits, dents, or other marks that could indicate the shaft has been damaged.If your arrow is crested, inspect for damage on the crest surface.You may need to remove the cresting to make a thorough inspection.If shaft damage is present, DISCARD THE ARROW. WARNING! NEVER SHOOT A DAMAGED ARROW.

ALWAYS obey all safety rules and laws covering the owner and use of these archery products in your state, hunting or archery area. Locate and read all such rules prior to using the arrows.


Safety Environmental Policy

⊙ALWAYS select the proper arrow for your bow.
⊙ALWAYS handle your archery equipment with care and caution to avoid serious injury or death. Your bow fires a projectile that can seriously injure or even kill. Treat your equipment with the respect it deserves. Follow the instructions and warnings of the manufacturers for each of your archery equipment.
⊙ALWAYS check all arrow components prior to shooting. Loose components can cause unbalanced arrow flight and partial dry firing of the bow.
⊙ALWAYS remember that a loaded bow is a deadly weapon!
⊙ALWAYS , look before you shoot!
⊙ALWAYS be patient, careful, and safe. Always be aware of your surroundings and ensure that no other person or animal is between you and the target area.
⊙ALWAYS operate under adult supervision. Adult supervision is required.
⊙NEVER shoot a damaged arrow. Inspect your arrows for damage before every shot
⊙NEVER shoot at or in the direction of another person.
⊙NEVER point a drawn bow with this arrow at anything other than an intended target.
⊙NEVER load a bow in a field that is not wholly clear of people. Direct impact with another person can cause serious injury or death.
⊙NEVER shoot straight up or in any other direction that may endanger people or other objects. Shooting the bow in the air could result in an injury when the arrow returns to the ground.
⊙NEVER shoot at hard surfaces or at the surface of water. The arrow may be damaged, or may bounce off or ricochet and hit someone or something you had not intended to hit.
⊙NEVER show your skill by using a human target or permit someone to hold a target for you!
⊙NEVER load a bow with an arrow unless standing in the appropriate shooting area, all players are safely behind the shooter and the signal to start shooting has been given.

Cut shafts to length using only a high-speed abrasive wheel cut-off tool designated for arrow shafts. Never use rotary tube cutters, a hacksaw or methods that can damage the tube and leave a rough cut.
After cutting lightly chamber the inside of the shaft, just enough to remove any burrs.
Thoroughly clean the inside of the shaft with a cotton swab wetted with 91% to 99% isopropyl alcohol (not rubbing alcohol, which can contain oil).
◎◎CAUTIONS: Always wear a approved dust mask and safety glasses when cutting any arrow shafts. Be sure to use a dust collector to vacuum up all of the carbon dust when cutting arrow shafts.
Heat a stick of LeoLeo Hot Melt adhesive over a small gas flame until the adhesive is semi-fluid. Use only popular brand hot melt adhesive.
The LeoLeo arrow shaft limited warranty covers any defects in material and/or workmanship for one year from date of purchase. It does not cover damage caused by impact from another arrow, impact with hard objects, improper cleaning or fletching, or from normal wear. Warranty does not apply if damage results from any non-compliance of printed instructions. Arrow shafts that are defective will be replaced by your local dealer or by LeoLeo.


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