It has the standard nock receiver adjuster which will enable both 3 and 4 fletching, The one nearest the nock slot is for 3 fletch fletching, just screw it down flush and raise the other one to halfway. For four fletches just screw down the one at the further end and unscrew halfway the near one - it sounds complicated but it's simple in essence. The jig also has an adjuster on the clamp which allows some adjustment in the tension or gripping power of the clamp itself, not sure that this is necessary, I have never missed this adjustment on other clamps and doubt it would be used once set, but it's there for those who want it. One of the really great features of the clamp is the graduated scale very clearly stamped along the side - it won't wear off or become unstuck, it is permanent and very obvious. The magnet operates positively and the jig is easy to use, there is a certain amount of adjustment for offset but no helical option, which is a real shame as that would put this jig right up where it belongs, at the top of your fletching jig short list.

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Thread starter Davy Tee Start date Oct 15, Davy Tee New member. For anyone who asked for the Cartel Fletching Jig instructions they can be found on this link. Rabid Hamster Well-known member Ironman. I'm now fascinated by the d cock feather alignment screw I dont remember ever seeing it on my jig.

Desperate to go home and see if its there and what it does! It looks like you can loosen it and rotate the inner barrel so you can set up for cock feather as recurve or compound. Ok for glued on nocks I suppose. Xlnt New member. Got one recently and no instructions. Paradox New member.

Has this disappeared, or is it just me? American Shoot. Gone Link has gone. Paradox said:. Ta worthipa. I thought I'd seen them around on here before. I've mangled a few of these, so know exactly what to do with them and all the springy bits, grub screws and ballbearings , just wanted to make sure that others had the info so as not to make the same mistakes.

Ok i used my cartel for the first time today and what a disaster. The fletchings come off as soon as i lift the clamp off. Also even though i posted the instructions i be buggered if i can set it up properly? Also also dont know why the link has gone but check out Worthipa post that still works.

Unless you're pulling the clamp off before opening it fully out, the only other problems are either that the glue isn't holding, or a bit of overspill is actually sticking the fletch to the clamp. Don't give up though. Once you get the knack of it it's incredibly simple.

When you remove the clamp, is the glue set; or still wet when you check after the fletching comes off? Davy Tee said:. Thanks for replies folks. I have now sorted the jig out and am churning out arrows by the barrel load. Next project a cresting machine. Ragodin New member. None of these links to the instructions work. Does anyone have a working link please? I've just tried it and it works. You must log in or register to reply here.


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