I'm having some issues with Easton Aftermath arrows. Shot from a compound with about 54lbs, I tend to lose inserts + tip at a rate of 1 out of 20 shots approximately. Target is either a usual 3D foam animal, or a target backstop of similar material. I glue them the same way as other arrows I shoot with the same bows. These shafts are even cheaper, but I lose less then 1 insert/tip per 200 shots. They even have a small protruding rim at the insert, i.e. it has a slightly larger diameter then the shaft. Glueing procedure is as following: - cleaning insert and glue area of the shaft with alcohol (remove fat/dirt) - screw the tip into insert, and apply hot melt glue to the insert (near bottom) - heat insert + hot melt glue until glue begins to bubble - briefly warm up the shaft end simultaneously - put insert/tip in, wipe off excessive glue - set aside to cool down I tried cyan acrylate glue as well, but it made not much of a difference. Anyone having a suggestion what could be the problem, and how to make it "stick" ??? Thanks.