I'm trying to fletch my first arrow and this is already tickin me off. I'm using some old 4" duravanes to experiment and the uni fletcher. If I put the vane all the way into the clamp so that only the base sticks out, only the very edge seems to touch the arrow. The base of the vane ends up at angle no where need the arrow. If I let a little more of the vane stick out it sort of solves that problem, but I end up with gaps where both tips of the vane touch the arrow fine but then theres a gap somewhere in the middle. I dont even want to get started on what happens when I try to set an offset. I hope these problems are me and not the fletcher cause if its the fletcher I wont be happy, since I bought it on here under the impression it was a grayling and it turned out to be this thing. I've heard a lot of good things about the graylings, but I've never heard a thing about the "uni fletcher"