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do u flech your own arrows or go to a shop and hav them do it for you?
 

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i flech all mine. and my dad does it sometimes for me.
 

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fletched all my arrows since i was 9
cool hav been fleching since i was 8.


I also flech all of my friends arrows and could be makin good money off them but they refuse 2 pay so i just do it for free. lol
 

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I do my own because on of our closest pro shops fletched my arrows for me and recked the put WAY to much glew and ya $80 down the drain. My friend said the put to much glew on his inserts and rewind them. wasnt very inpressed so i do all my stuff and save money:wink:
 

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i flelch them my own and i flech for people at the shop i help in stigler oklahoma there is a bunch of arrows to flech so i got really good.and my dad flechs them when i am gone to shoots or sick.
 

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i do all my own arrows one at a time because arrows done at pro shops (at least my local one) always end up different 'cause their jigs aren't consistent. and besides, i shoot XsWings (and formerly Spinwings), and they're really easy to put on. why waste the money?
 

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has anyone used those shwrink wrap fletchings that you put on and set in hot water and constrict to your arrow? they look pretty cool if you dont want to go to a pro shop or buy a jig and glue and the fletchings
 

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i fletch my own, with the e-z fletch, its to simple to not do your own!!!!
and i also did a few of huttoncreek_10x's arrows too
yea i got the jig for X-mas and then bought some blazers and quit buying pre fletched arrows it saved enough $$$
 
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