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    Default most versatile fletching jigs

    Hey guys, I am wanting to purchase a fletching jig to repair/build my own arrows. Which jigs are the most versatile? I would be using aluminum,wood and carbon shafts with 3 vanes and feathers and different configurations- straight, left helical and **** feather down. Are there any that come with several clamps or do you have to buy those separately? Any help is greatly appreciated.

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    Bitzenberger is the best in my opinion. Ye Ole Archery Shoppe has them for $69 and it's well worth it.
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    One more vote for the Bitz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j3dGuam View Post
    One more vote for the Bitz.
    yup
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    Quote Originally Posted by chelleo View Post
    Bitzenberger is the best in my opinion. Ye Ole Archery Shoppe has them for $69 and it's well worth it.
    absolutely, no questions asked, hands down THE BEST
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dredly View Post
    absolutely, no questions asked, hands down THE BEST
    Yup top shealve
    I tried some of tha others no comparision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelleo View Post
    Bitzenberger is the best in my opinion. Ye Ole Archery Shoppe has them for $69 and it's well worth it.
    So nice I have 2.....
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    Bitz is the best.

    Having said that, I have a Grayling which works like the Bitz but it's made of fiber reinforced plastic. 3 years and dozens of arrows and it's still going strong.

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    Default Blitz!

    I agree!
    Blitz is the best but i could only buy 1
    I also have a 6 clamp JO-Jan which is pretty good for fixed Helical!
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    Just in case these guys are confusing you , I have a Grayling. Nice enough, but wish I'd bought the Bitz. Get the best the first time.

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    I have a Grayling also...I can get the job done with it but i think a Bitz will be showing up at the house in the near future.
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    My arrow builder uses Bitz. I am thinking about getting one so I can refletch my sons and friends arrows. I do not need to refletch mine.............................because I do not shoot at the same spot. Ok so maybe sometimes I just gotta do it. But not very often. I have other archery stuff I wanna buy instead of arrows and vanes.


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    Welcome...
    That said...Buy the Bitz it cost alittle more but it is the best and it will last a lifetime...


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    Grayling for a lot of reasons, Cheap so I bought it first. It is a plastic version on the Blitz. But it has one thing others do not have. They send me a shaft indexer for free. It replaces the hook on the end the supports the arrow.
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