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Arizona Carbon E-Z Fletch

   

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Right Helical

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  • $49.99

  • SKU: 536782

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Straight

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  • $49.99

  • SKU: 598863

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Version of the Arizona E-Z Fletch tool specially designed to fletch carbon arrows. Fits all shafts from the smallest carbon up to aluminum shaft size 2018. Precisely applies three feathers or vanes at the same time. Rotating nock receiver lets you preset nock position. Compact, lightweight, and portable.

  • Applies three vanes at once
  • Fits all shafts from the smallest carbon to size 2018 aluminum shafts
  • Rotating nock receiver allows you to preset nock position  
Arizona Carbon E-Z Fletch 4.6 5 27 27
Arizona Carbon Straight I got the straight ,which was recommended for whisker biscuits, for Christmas. I have never fletched arrow before and this was so simple. Watched the video from the Arizona website and like that I had 3 new arrows in less than 10 minutes. Clean up is easy for extra glue just soak in acetone. December 29, 2011
Great Buy I bought this after seeing some info online. Noticing that I could pick one up at my local BPS, I was pleasently suprised when I finally tried it out. It is worth every penny and saves time too. The glue build-up that you get from normal use is easily disolved with acetone or even nail polish remover, which will in no way hurt the jig and should be available from proper arrow prep anyway. If I lost it, I would definately not hesitate to replace it, this is a must if you shoot regularly. March 28, 2010
Best Flecthing Jig on the market! With this jig and Goat Tuff glue, it litterally takes me 30 seconds to do one arrow. You can have a dozen arrows fletched in under ten minutes. It's super simple to operate and I haven't had any issues with mine. I've been using it for 4 years. July 11, 2006
So-So I purchased the version for carbon arrows with a right helical twist to use with feathers. It worked ok, but I bought another jig to use that worked much better with feathers. The Arizona jig would have worked much better with plastic vanes because the vanes are much thinner the feathers. I had a hard time getting the feathers inserted into the jig without damaging the feathers. Would I recommend it, sure would but with the use of plastic vanes only. August 31, 2010
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When you open the fletcher to place the vanes in the slots simply slide the vane all the way to the bottom of the slot and that is the perfect distance. The slot is big to allow for longer vanes or feathers.

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No you can't adjust how far down the arrow the fletching goes. The nocked arrow sits in the nock receiver for stability which prevents you from moving the arrow up or down.
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What is the angle that this tool offsets the vanes? I know they they offer several models that can set the vanes at different angles.
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3degrees

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Hi, the Right Helical (SKU 536782) will put a helical on the vane or feather. It will accommodate any arrow 5/16” (.3125) diameter or smaller and handle any right wing feather or vane up to 5” in length. This is our most popular tool and works extremely well with the new 2” vanes that are out now. The Straight (SKU 598863) tool is perfect for arrows 5/16” (.3125) diameter or smaller with a very slight offset. 4 Fletch Instructions: http://ezfletch.com/pages.php?pageid=9#Fletching_With_Feathers

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yes but you have to use the one for carbon arrows.
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It says it works on everything from small diameter carbon to 2018 aluminum. Your bolts would be smaller than the aluminum arrows.
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I have a right helical model for aluminum shafts and have been using it on both carbon and wooden arrow. I'm not sure why there is or what the diffrences might be.
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no difference, it will work with alumium carbon/wood shafts, of the correct size.

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The difference is the size of the fletcher. An Arizona E-Z Fletch tool for aluminum arrows has a larger diameter hole at the top, and puts less pressure on the vanes for carbon arrows with a small diameter.
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works great with the smaller vanes
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Yes Sir. Small vanes are all I've repaired so far, no problems.
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It looks like it will. I bought the mini because I use 2" blazer vanes on all my arrows. But the standard E-Z Fketch looks like it will work too.
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yes you can use small vanes with this. I have one myself and i use blazer vanes and fusion vanes. it works great.
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Yes but they do not get as much of twist as using the smaller unit
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Which model? Right?

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What's the difference between the right model and the other?
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The right hand model puts the vanes on the shaft at an angle. It makes the arrow spin faster, giving it more stability in flight, resulting in more consistant shots. The other model puts the vanes on the shaft in a straight line from nock to point.
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Depending on what type of fletches you want, or use. The right one is for a rihgt helicle. If you want a slight rihgt twist on your vanes. The same goes for the left one. If you just want straight vanes, there is an Arizona E-Z fletch straight model on their website.
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Direction of the vane and thus rotation of the arrow.
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The difference between right and left model would refer to the offset of the vane placement on the arrow. Straight is, obviously straight, but right or left angles the vane thus creating some rotation for stability but loses a slight amount of speed. Also if you shoot a whisker biscuit right or left models can somewhat reduce vane life, but is minimal
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The carbon right helical model attatches vanes with a 6 degree offset to spin the arrow for stabilization and is the model reccomended for right handed shooters using a fall-away or drop away rest. The carbon straight model has 1 degree of offset and is reccomended for shooters whe use captured or pass-through rests such as a whisker biscuit or octane hostage rests.
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Tthe difference in the right or straight is the right puts a helical (puts the vane or feather on at a offset to the right )on the shaft this makes the arrow spin faster usually used for recurve or low poundage bows The straight sets the vane well ,straight on the shaft the most popular with todays bows
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one vane???

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will this product allow you to fletch just one vane or do you have to remove all of the vanes and replace all of them ???
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you can easily fletch just one vane with these
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It repairs one, two, or all. Just put the remaining vanes in the arms and the one you are replacing is already in line to be inserted.
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Yes it does. It has one light blue arm, and two dark blue arms. You put your existing vanes in the two dark blue arms and your new vane in the light blue arm, apply glue, and close the arms. Simple.
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It will do one vane at a time. I just finished replacing one vane on two different arrows without a problem.
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You can do one for a repair job. You just have to position the nock and fit the other vanes to their holder arms. Done it many times myself.
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you can do one vane replacements. i do it all the time with my judo arrow. you do it the same as you would all three. it has a nock reciever that moves so your vanes will line up.
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You can do one at a time.
You will simply have to hold it in place by hand, and not using the spring loaded holder.
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