Posted By va_switchback_man on 08/04/2007 6:56 AM
When you first set up your jig, find an old arrow to test on until you get everything set perfect on your jig. Once you get the pitches on the jig set the way you want it mark it with paint or something incase you move them also I strongly agree that a cheap jig will only lead to frustration and alot of wasted glue and fletchings. Also you should stop putting all your shots in the same hole, that will save a lot of fletching (LOL) just kiddin'
Man! How did you know that is what im doing? LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!