Fletching jig?

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Fletching jig?

Postby Antlion » Sun Sep 04, 2016 2:49 pm

I think getting a jig may be worthwhile in the long run, what do I look out for, any changes if coming across a second hand one, what do they retail for new?
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Re: Fletching jig?

Postby MrBallistic » Mon Sep 05, 2016 6:50 am

If you want one fletching jig and willing to pay the price and have it for a life time then buy a Bitzenberger.
Bohning and Grayling also make good jigs, these are made of plastic. I have had my Grayling for years and it still works 100%. I put sellotape or insolation over the jaws. If glue packs onto that or excess glue sticks the jaws together the tape can be pulled off and replaced without damaging the actual jig.
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Re: Fletching jig?

Postby Antlion » Mon Sep 05, 2016 6:16 pm

Cool, will keep an eye out.
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