05-21-2009, 12:13 AM #1
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i want to buy a bitzenburger jig.... ebay of course... i want a straight fletch, but with i guess a 4 degree offset??? not a helical... i want the fletch 1/2 way between a straight, and a helical... anyways.... if i want the odd vane facing down, do i need to buy a certain nock reciever???? i want to shoot 3, 4" vanes.... with the odd color down... what do i need? also, how do i set it up so i can have a right hand offset??? and do i need a bitzenburger, or is the red plastic bohning worth trying out? thankyou in advance for the help
05-21-2009, 12:23 AM #2
Sounds like you want some offset, so get a straight clamp. The instructions w/ your Bitz will show you how to adjust for offset. If you don't get instructions w/ your jig, you can find them on the net. Or, just post back here and I will link them for you. Assuming you are using carbon arrows, you will have adjustable nocks so the nock reciever is a non-issue. I went ahead and linked the instruction for the Bitz. Read them, and things will become clear.
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05-21-2009, 12:48 PM #3
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TM nock receiver
unless you can just twist the nocksMathews LX, Tiny's Bowstrings, Viper Sights, Biscuit, FMJ's, G5 Montec
05-21-2009, 01:27 PM #4
Offset is a function of the set-up of the jig. Helical (left or right) or not at all (straight) is a function of the clamp, and the offset of the jig.
I personally use and (strongly) endorse the Zenith nock receiver for the Bitz jig.
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