no, more like a not yet….this is my 1st year bow hunting so my money went into preparing ym bow for the upcoming season. afterwards im going to buy a bitz and learn to wrap and fletch my own, i see the pride alot of you folks here take in doing your own arrows and its got me wanthin to try my hand at it.
I do mine all by myself except cutting (just can’t see buying an arrow saw to cut maybe 1 dz arrows a year). I found it to be very rewarding when you shoot a deer or other animal, and you took all that time to make the arrows yourself
It is relaxing and peacefull! I used to build arrows for our shop a long long long long time ago. It is fun and there isnt much to it once you have your jigs set and GOOD glue. I must say saunders npv is the best arrow glue for feathers, blazers or whatever. You can even dip your own arrows. Bitzenbergers are the best jigs but if your on a budget you can get a martin jig for about 39.00. They are plastic but they work well. If you are fletching feathers you need to let your clamps sit longer than on blazers or quickspins. If you buy your shafts from a pro shop they usually will cut them down for you at no cost. Good Luck
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