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Product Description
• EASY TO USE, ACCURATE, PORTABLE, AND AFFORDABLE
• BUILD INDENTICAL ARROWS EVERY TIME!
• FIXED 1-DEGREE OFFSET
• TEFLON/SILICON MATERIALS, GLUE WILL NOT STICK
• FLETCHES ARROW DIAMETERS FROM SMALL ACC SIZES TO 25/64 DIAMETER ALUMINUM SHAFTS

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works Review by kyarcher
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for the price works great just gotta be carful it is plastic done perfect job on my arrow can complain

(Posted on 2/24/14)

Very fragile Review by Victor
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Bought this as part of my first pro equipment as a carry around emergency fletching jig during competitions and ranking in case a fletching came off, turn out its very fragile, hard to remove the clamp, on my third arrow one of the legs of the clamps came off, lucky a couple of drop of instant bond glue fixed it, the nock secure system is a haslte to turn, good thing thought it was already preset the correct clearance between fletches, but be careful with the support can come off easily during fletching...bottom line it's a average to below average jig, good to carry around for emergency but not recommended for heavy use.

(Posted on 10/23/13)

Gets the job done Review by Joseph
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Slow because you can only hold one fletching to be glued on at once, simple design for beginners.

Good if you are not in a rush to set new fletching on your arrows.

Careful with your glue it's easy to get it on the clamp, but easy to clean off too as long as you don't let it sit.

A decent price if you are on a budget, still a little expensive since you can only glue on one fletching at a time, but if you have deep pockets and shoot alot I would recommend trying something else, for about $25 - $30 more you can get a jig that glues on all three at once.

(Posted on 7/7/13)

Decent Review by Yury Vilin
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This jig is OK. It does the job, but a bit fiddly and not very stable on table. Also it has tendency to disassemble on its own will. The latter is easily fixed with a few drops of superglue though.

(Posted on 2/11/13)

Upsides and Downsides Review by JP
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The upside to this jig is that it's inexpensive and does the job. The downside is that you can only glue one vane at a time. Removing the clamp from the base also can be awkward, as the pins that seat the clamp to the base are a tight fit (a good thing for an accurate set), and stick somewhat when you open the clamp and pull it from the base. If your purpose is to have a jig for replacing vanes, this is a good choice (upside), but if you plan to manufacture lots of arrows, putting vanes one shafts one at a time is time consuming (downside).

(Posted on 2/2/13)

Not for Recurve, can't use glued-on nocks Review by williamskg6
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The nock receiver included requires that you have nocks that are able to be rotated after fletching. The index vane is set to be cock vane up, but even then is rotated about 15 degrees, so no matter what kind of bow you shoot, you'll be rotating the nocks after you fletch them. For glued on nocks, you do not want this jig, especially if you're fletching for recurve bows. The index vane cannot be changed and is not set up for recurve at all (can't do cock vane out). There is no alternate nock receiver made or available except the one for crossbows.

If you don't mind always having to adjust your nocks after fletching, this jig works pretty well. It's not difficult to use, provides good accuracy, and is inexpensive. It's lightweight and more sturdy than you might expect. Glue doesn't stick to the clamp much and is easy to clean off.

As mentioned by Ed, the design of the jig makes it difficult to clean off any excess glue that squeezes out under the vane.

Because of the issue with the nock receiver index and the lack of documentation or warnings by the manufacturer regarding it, I gave this jig low scores on value.

(Posted on 1/7/13)

A decent jig for arrow repair. Review by Ed
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This jig is inexpensive and accurate and relatively easy to use. I've repaired dozens of arrows, and used it for building flu-flus from bare shafts. There are pros and cons to the design. The manner in which you align and press the fletching clamp down holds the fletching or vane tightly against the shaft, but if you have excess glue that sticks to the vane, the design makes it difficult to free the vane from the clamp. I found that cutting out small pieces of wax paper and folding them over each side of the clamp ensures that the vane does not stick to the clamp, and makes removing the clamp from the vane much, much easier. I will continue to use this jig, but intend to get an all-metal unit just because I would like to be able to work on more than one arrow at a time, and I think it will be easier to clean the excess glue from, without damaging the clamp.

(Posted on 11/29/12)

so so Review by james
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works good but time consumeing

(Posted on 12/27/11)

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