I posted this in the Arrows and String sub Forum but I am getting no responses, so I thought I would pose the same question here.
I'm looking to start a small archery shop out of my shop as a side business. Mostly making/fletching arrows, installing strings, tuning, installing peeps and so on.
I've been using a JoJan fletching jig but had a lot of trouble fletching small diameter arrows with offset on it. I've now got rid if the Multi and I am looking to get something more professional. I can't afford screw ups when doing customers arrows.
If I go with the Bohning, I can afford 4 straight jigs and a extra set of clamps in helical. Or...Should I get a couple Bitz' in straight with the extra clamps in helical with the nock receivers that are required. 2 Bitz' and accessories would be my budget for now.
Any major differences (beside plastic vs metal)? Would having more jigs be beneficial?
What does everyone think? I appreciate any helpful suggestions.