I've successfully rescued the last few inches of my carbon shaft. What I have is a piece of shaft containing the insert an the tip (the tip can be screwed out of course).
The insert is fixed with a superglue gel from "Würth".
Chemical basis: Ethyl-2-cyanoacrylate monomer Colour: Transparent Density: 1.05 g/cm³ Min. tensile strength: 20 N/mm² Max. tensile strength: 30 N/mm² Conditions for tensile strength: in accordance with DIN 53288 Min. combined tension and shear resistance: 25.5 N/mm² Max. gluing gap size: 0.25 mm Min. hardening time: 20 s Max. hardening time: 100 s Min./max. temperature conditions: -30 bis 80 °C Shelf life from production: 12 Month
I think that it doesn't make any differences, but it's a "Easton Axis Traditional" carbon shaft with a x-hit insert.
How do I get the insert out of the shaft again without damaging it?