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#880645 - 08/22/08 05:51 AM quik fletch....?
Bottom Hunter
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Anyone use these...........they seem to be a way to quickly fletch your own arrows by slipping this "pre-fletched' section over the end of your arrow. You dip the end in hot water and it seals onto the end....somehow.

I use the whisker biscuit and it's hard on fletching.

This would be great if it doesn't hurt the arrow trajectory or mayb e hang up in the biscuit....

anyone use these?

BH
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#880651 - 08/22/08 05:56 AM Re: quik fletch....? [Re: Bottom Hunter]
Secret Squirrel
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I have used them but I don't use a WB. I do know they are pretty tough and should withstand anything from the WB. They really work no differently then a wrap would.

You can put a helicle on them but you have to work quick once you take it out of the water.
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#880663 - 08/22/08 06:05 AM Re: quik fletch....? [Re: Secret Squirrel]
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I was under the impression that you slip this unit onto the arrow and then dip it in hot water and it somehow bonds to the arrow. Is this how it works?

Thanks

BH


Edited by Bottom Hunter (08/22/08 06:06 AM)
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#880829 - 08/22/08 07:34 AM Re: quik fletch....? [Re: Bottom Hunter]
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The disadvantage is the expense of the fletchings and the fact that have to replace all 3 fletchings if one gets damaged .
I fletch my own arrows with feathers and shoot them through a WB without any problems .
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#880936 - 08/22/08 08:31 AM Re: quik fletch....? [Re: Radar]
RussellvilleRob
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I tried those a few weeks back. I deciced to stay with duravanes.
I shoot a little helicle and couldnt keep them consistant.
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