I used a Bitzenburger for 30 years, then bought an Arizona to fletch some crossbow arrows. The Arizona is all I use now for all arrows! Very good & simple to use. I'd recommend them highly.
If you're new to fletching your own arrows you might want to get advice on glues, feathers, vanes, and shaft preperation before using it though. I had a heck of a time with my first attempts at fletcing aluminum shafts before I found a good way to get them clean enough for the glue to stick well. (PVC pipe cleaner - works great)
I enjoy fletching my own arrows and all I use is the EZ fletch. I have the one for carbon and the one for thicker shafts. Great way to go. Easy to repair if one feather or vane is damaged also. I use the NPV glue for my feathers or vanes on aluminum and feathers on carbon and the super glue gel for vanes on carbon. All you need is a very fine bead with the gel!!
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