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- A lot easier to use than expected Review by Marty Ambrose
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I have no experience doing this, 3 months ago took delivery of my first ever bow, a recurve, and a few of the arrows took a beating as I learned, and the feathers were sad looking. I stripped and fletched all three feathers - 4" right helicals on 7 arrows - and you cannot see any difference from the other 5 unused from the dozen I ordered from Lancaster. I messed up the first one and re-did it, after that, easy-peasy!.
Yes it is one at a time, but in 20 minutes i had 7 arrows completely re-fletched. Well worth the money.
(Posted on 6/13/15)
- Great jig Review by MTColl28734
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I've had mine for several years and haven't had the first problem with it. Mine came with a right helical clamp. It's a minor pain to set up, but once it's set, it stays put. As long as you're consistent with it, it'll give you a perfect fletch every time.
Be sure to mount it to something, even if it's a piece of 2 x 4 or 2 x 6 (better). One less thing to worry about.
(Posted on 12/18/14)
- Inexpensive, robust and easy to use. Review by David Brennan
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Decided to re-fletch some of my own arrows instead of buying pre-fletched or paying someone else to do it. I'd played around with the Bitzenburger jig owned by someone else, but I found the magnetic clamping alignment not to my liking. The Jojan is all-metal construction, so its less likely to break than some of the plastic jigs; but aluminium, so it won't rust. Every feather came out correctly positioned and aligned, and I've never had one come off during shooting. I got the helical clamp for my recurve arrows, but now I also have a compound bow with a whisker biscuit, I'll be getting a straight clamp for doing vanes. I'm not sure why the other reviewer had issues with his jig not working for him, but I couldn't be happier, and at the price, it beats out a lot of the other jig on the market.
(Posted on 11/17/13)
- A very lousy jig Review by kelvin
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My old jig was rusty and old so I figured i should might as well get a new one. Got the right helical model and it was a disaster. Fletching isn't consistent and ended up having one feather in every arrow to be out of place. This never happen to me during my ten years of archery experience.
(Posted on 6/27/13)