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Fletching #5332453 09/29/14 08:24 PM
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Anyone have a preference on right helical VS. Straight? If so, why?


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Re: Fletching [Re: LTC Realty] #5332547 09/29/14 09:06 PM
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For many years have been told use
Right if you shoot right handed
Left if you shoot left handed
Straight works for everybody but does not stabilize as quickly.

Re: Fletching [Re: LTC Realty] #5332850 09/29/14 11:44 PM
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I've been shooting over 50 years, and have never found the difference.

I shoot trad exclusively now and fletch all my feathers Right Wing ( no particular reason just the jig I bought) I have some I bought that are Left Wing... They both fly the same.

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I do all my fetching, straight is easy for a old man.

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Originally Posted By: bjankowski
I've been shooting over 50 years, and have never found the difference.

I shoot trad exclusively now and fletch all my feathers Right Wing ( no particular reason just the jig I bought) I have some I bought that are Left Wing... They both fly the same.
Same here, only left wing.


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Re: Fletching [Re: LTC Realty] #5333600 09/30/14 12:44 PM
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Agree not much differance if any. The little blazer vanes fly great. When they first came out , I didn't think they would work well but I was wrong.


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I use the quick spin blazer quick fletch. They're kinda loud in flight, but seem to be a little more consistent for me.

Re: Fletching [Re: LTC Realty] #5334734 09/30/14 09:59 PM
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Ive messed around with this before and can't see the difference but if you fletch some right and some left on the same arrow it will throw a knuckle ball, other than that as long as they match I can't tell.

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