fletching


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fletch·ing

 (flĕch′ĭng)
n.
The feathers on an arrow.
References in classic literature ?
"I should have been on my way to Fletching hours since.
Noon found them at Leicester, and three days later they rode into the baronial camp at Fletching.
There are a number of good fletching jigs available to help you with the cause, but most require a number of additional tools and glues to help finish the job.
Q: How far should your vanes be from the tip of the nook when fletching your own arrows?
When an arrow fishtails or porpoises, the fletching should not flap around, but that is exactly what soft vanes do.
If you love Bohning Archery's legendary Blazer vanes but don't love the hassle of fletching and re-fletching your arrows, you'll definitely want to check out Stretch Fletch.
Q Is straight arrow fletching considered an acceptable setup for target shooting as compared to right or left-helical fletching?
I use a spine-testing machine), consistency of the fletching (I fletch my own arrows to assure they are perfect, and you should too!) and consistency of weight.
Fletching. Adequate control is the goal in choosing fletching.
So, with that in mind, make sure your arrows don't glint in the sun, and don't use light-colored fletching such as white or yellow.
Upon release the rest twists out of the way for zero fletching contact.
Q: Should I use straight fletching or helical fletching on arrows shot through the Whisker Biscuit?