New Archery Products QuickFletch 2'' Twister Vanes
Bought these out of laziness to repair some arrows. Followed the directions exactly as it say: boil water, 10 seconds, let dry. Put them on six arrows and three fell apart immediately after drying. The three that remained intact group well and hold up fine, but for the money I would expect better than a 50% fail rate.
August 22, 2014
Used them before, quick and easy with great arrow flight.
March 18, 2013
I tried extreme archery and these, NAP are great. I am blasting these at 320 fps with Mathews Drenalin at 40 yards so far with 1" groups. Got bow one week ago. These hold up fantastic if you put them on right. I set them at exactly one inch from knock, this is key for me, I shoot arrows that are 27" long with 28" draw length. I am using whisker biscuit rest also. I clean shafts with Bohning stripper and make sure no bumps are on the shafts before putting these on. Boil water, turn it off for one minute, and dip them. Use a clean pot of water large enough to dip straight in, that's it. These are all I will use from now on, I will buy shafts, and do my own fletchings.
September 10, 2008
Easy and work
I bought these because all my arrow fletchings started falling apart and there is no archery shop near me. I found it to be pretty easy to remove the old fletchings and install the shrink wrap quickfletch. I would advise anyone trying to do this to first make sure how they want the vanes to sit. Note position of vanes before and emulate with the quickfletch. I also found that you you need either a vary large pan or a deep cup to put the boiling water in. You do not want to push the arrow against the bottom of a boiling pan of water unless you also want to replace your knocks. The heat of the pan can bend and melt the knocks.
October 25, 2010