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I am looking at getting a helical clamp for my Bitz. Does it matter if I go right or left. I am a right handed shooter.
 

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It dosent matter for vanes. but feathers must be RT wing for rt helicle.
and L for l helicle. also a L helicle will tend to loosen tips slightly on impact just somthing else to keep in mind:wink:
 

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What he said.

Plus...if you shoot feathers, it is a lot easier to find right-wing vs. left-wing feathers.
 

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Thanks think i have enough info to make a decision.
 

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I chose left wing when I could so that the shaft could continue to spin as the broadhead penetrates, theoretically saving more energy for the penetration. Pretty far out thinking I know, but I never think like a normal person anyhow.
 

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Although I have had pro shops tell me different, it does not matter to the average compound release shooter. If you have any questions, Truflite or Gateway feathers have info on their websites.
 
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