The ferrel-tite glue works great. I've always used it for aluminum inserts in my carbon arrows and for steel points on my wooden arrows. The only gripe I have is that in the winter I've lost the points off my wooden arrows inside 3-D targets. I think this is due to a combination of the cold, hard foam and the heat created when the arrow enters the target. The reason this product is so good is that it's easy to use: just heat the glue with a torch, put it on the shaft or insert, heat it, and apply. It also works great for me because I can just heat it up again and remove the points so I can put broadheads on the wooden arrows or remove insterts/points from broken arrows. Surprisingly, to me, the glue holds strong despite its simple application (with the exception of the cold weather target removal). I'm going to try the 2-part epoxy for the wooden arrows in the winter though.
I would not recommend this for field repairs. i bought this to keep in my boat for quick fixes on my bowfishing arrows. the problem i have been having is when i put the glue on the shaft the outsert broadhead cools the glue to fast and it just pushes it up the shaft. it has become a two person operation to put an arrow together (one keeping the glue hot and the other heating up the broadhead) once it is on i must say i dont think it will ever come off though. i will be keeping this for at home repairs and putting something else in the boat.