Read the manufacturers recommendations on the package. The 2.5" Quick Spins are a very neat little fletch that work quite well for me. However they are a bit on the delicate side if you are shooting groups.tominator said:i jsut bought some of those 2" NAP quickspin vanes. I shoot a right handed bow and i was going to buy a fletcher aswell. but should i buy a right, left or strait fletcher? I have a whisker bisquit rest.
So after you guys argue through your differences and rob the original poster of his answers are you gonna move to another thread and rob it of useful space also? Keep it going through PMs or move it to the Soap Box.raiderjay99 said:You guys win.....I'm a moron to think that a little piece of plastic that costs $30 can't fletch arrows as well as a Bitz with all it's adjustments. I never got personal Mr. Sensitive. You took it personal because you use one. It was the first fletching tool I ever bought and I've probably done as many arrows as anyone, and they come out sloppy sometimes, whether you twist the mechanism and let it go by itself or try to help guide it with your hand, there is too much play in the 3 devices that hold the vanes. You said you used a Bitz a couple of times in the last two years.....gee... that's a lot. Maybe someone should have read the directions to you. All the adjustment possibilities must have been very confusing. You hillbillies don't see any quality shops using EZs to fletch arrows for their customers do you?
Hey Idahoboy... someday I'll come to Idaho and we'll drink beer and hunt potatoes and we can invite the sensitive No. Cal guy who takes things so personally and we'll all be friends!!!!!
By the way do guys drive Yugos and put Mercedes hood ornaments on them, cuz that would explain a lot.
It will have to be before the snow falls as my Yugo doesn't do well in the snow"Hey Idahoboy... someday I'll come to Idaho and we'll drink beer and hunt potatoes and we can invite the sensitive No. Cal guy who takes things so personally and we'll all be friends!!!!! "