Joined: 11/9/2005great pics and info!
Joined: 1/15/2007Bump for a stick
Joined: 7/16/2005great info…..thanks
Joined: 11/18/2005Great Post! I vote Sticky!!!
Joined: 1/31/2005Great post. Now allot of people can have a good idea of how to fletch their own shafts.Holy Smokes!!! That is EXACTLY what I have been looking for!!!
Great post, BaMaBoWHuNTeR!!!!
PM Shay and ask him to make it a sticky. Do you know how much typing that would save just me?
I did it just for you
Location: OntarioGreat post!
Instead of sandpaper I use a 3M scotchbrite pad (the green one) to scuff the surface a bit. Works great and gives the vanes and glue a better surface to grab onto.
Joined: 1/26/2007nice pics and explanation.
I like to place a bead of glue on both the front tip and rear tip of my blazer vane just for that added insurance. This seems to do the trick and was told to me by a good buddy who knows his stuff.
nice pics and explanation.
I like to place a bead of glue on both the front tip and rear tip of my blazer vane just for that added insurance. This seems to do the trick and was told to me by a good buddy who knows his stuff.[/quote:31c3y7pe]
I like to do that too. Totally forgot to add it in there though..
Joined: 7/9/2005Good job Zach! A truly useful thread and resource!AuthorPostsViewing 15 posts - 16 through 30 (of 101 total)
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Fletching Blazer Vanes (w/ pics)
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