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
i had been wanting a fletching jig since i started shooting my bow so i wouldnt have to drive an hour to the archery shop to get my arrows fletched. i have to say that the E-Z fletch is easy. this is my first time fletching my own arrows and this did it fast and it looks better than the ones the archery shop did.
June 30, 2012
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
Fast and Easy
The AZ Easy Fletch ( Heilicle) is one of the fastest and easiest fletching jigs I have ever used. With fast setting glue you can fletch up a arrow in about 2 minutes. It works best with plastic vanes but fethers can be used as well,the only problem is the feathers are bigger so they are a bit more dificult to place in the jig. the only part of this jig I would fix, is the off-set, it should have a bit more heilicle on it.
June 20, 2011
Worh every penny
I recently saw an ad for the Arizona E-Z Fletch on Wild t.v and knew it was something I had to have. Until now I have never fletched my own arrows before but this jig makes it so easy, anybody can do it in just minutes. The E-Z fletch works just like the ad said it would, I just wished I had heard of it sooner. I would recomend this fletching jig to everyone, it's worth every penny!
March 17, 2011
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.
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
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.
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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