Written on: 01/11/2013 by Graeme10 (1 review written)
I ordered the Grayling jig but a delay meant I borrowed the club Cartel jig while I waited. I fletched, for the first time ever, 20 arrows in a evening with no losses using that Cartel jig. The Grayling arrived and I spent a frustrating hour unsuccessfully trying to fletch an arrow. Having wasted two feather fletches and one Blazer I have given up. what a piece of junk. It's going on ebay. The hint at the bottom of the page suggests I think about what I liked and didnt like. There is nothing… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/03/2011
Just got done sending a nasty email to Grayling over this jig I have to concur with what one reviewer has already mentioned this jig will not seat the fletching properly.
I wasted seven fletching on this jig and none of them seated right leaving me with only globs of dried glue a frustrations I payed $28.50 all together for this jig and that was way too much not sure how the others are but do yourself a favor stay away form this thing its nothing more than cheap plastic and fletches nothing.
I… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/03/2009 by chasemukluk (1 review written)
Overall I have been very pleased with the Grayling Fletching jig. It works, is priced right, and gets the job done. I know it is not the best jig on the market, but for the money it does what it is supposed to do. I have owned this jig since I started fletching arrows and have not had any real problems with it. I like how you can adjust the off set of the vane right or left, and how you can buy different clamps for the jig. I believe I have a bit of an older model, but I wish it would have… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2009 by gimpie (1 review written)
Overall the Grayling Fletching Jig & Clampa is a great jig for both the beginner or expert. The Jig is heavy enough that it doesn't "need" to be attached to a workbench. I use twist nocks, due to the adjustments that can be made with this jig, I can replace just one feather, instead of having to replace the other 2 that are still good. Saves money in the long run. High recommended! Fully adjustable. Strong magnet for placement. Multiple diameter wheel for fletching different diameter arrows… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2008 by hoytred (1 review written)
I've had some appalling problems with this finicky piece of equipment, i.e
1. The clamp is difficult to accurately align along the centre of the shaft.
2. The foot of a fletching appears to slip as it fails to 'seat' correctly onto the shaft.
3. On any application of pressure, the fletching seems to slip and exposes part of its base.
I'm sending this back… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2008
Certainly a satisfactory item for the amount charged. Easy for amateur archery persons to use. Fine for the more advanced user. When used with cyanocrylate adhesives, only a couple minutes between vane/feather installations… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/07/2007 by rhacrick (1 review written)
I've never had any experience fletching arrows and just got into archery this year. I bought some secondhand arrows that needed to be refletched, so I hunted around and found this jig for a bargain price.
My first impression was that it had several adjustments that did not seem to be all that self-explanatory. The documentation listed all the parts, but did not detail the fine points of making adjustments. However, I played around with it and got it to match up with the way the arrows were… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2007 by Quick Stand Archery (1 review written)
I would not but any other jig, Costumer service is great and helpful, I have fletcher 400 to 500 arrows with it and no troubles at all… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/11/2004 by zipposusa (4 reviews written)
I purchased the Grayling Fletching Jig at Cabelas.com for $29.99 (+shipping). I didn't care for this model at all period. For one thing the ONLY thing that holds the clamp in place is a magnet. As we both know the best way to take a magnet off of something is to do what with it? Slide it off. You slide a magnet off of an object it will be easier to take off than trying to lift it straight off. Well the Grayling Fletching Jig using a magnet with obviously a metal plate to secure, (if you… Read Full Review
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