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  • Arizona EZ-Fletch MiniMax Mag Fletching Jig

Arizona EZ-Fletch MiniMax Mag Fletching Jig

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E-Z Fletch MiniMax Right

The Mini E-Z fletch is designed to fletch any carbon or aluminum arrow from Ultra Micro diameter all the way up to 5/16″ standard diameter. This tool will fletch vanes or feathers up to 3″ long. This tool gives a strong right helical for maximum broadhead stabilization and accuracy.

  • Accomodates arrows up 5/16″ in diameter
  • Fletchs vanes or feathers up to 3″ long
  • Right helical
  • Accomodates Ultra Micro diameter arrows

What’s the difference between helical, straight and offset fletching?


Helical fletching will set the vane at a slight offset at the back and then curve the vane back in the opposite direction toward the front. Adding this “twist” to the vane will give your arrow the maximum amount of rotation in flight, thus resulting in the best broadhead stability and greatest accuracy. Right helical is standard in today’s industry, Left helical is a more traditional style. Both work equally well.


Straight fletching will set all three vanes in a straight line down the arrow shaft. This style is popular for crossbows with narrow rails and archers using traditional equipment. Straight fletching offers the least amount of drag in flight, giving a very slight increase in arrow speed, at the loss of some accuracy and broadhead stabilization.


Offset fletching sets the vanes in a straight line, but at a 4-degree angle down the arrow. This style is popular again for crossbows due to their rail systems. Offset fletching offers moderate accuracy and broadhead stabilization.

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