Forget about slippage in your Bitzenburger jig
This upgrade kit allows for precision fletching
Made out of durable materials that will last you years
Allows a snug fit and more consistent fletching by removing the nock
May not work with jigs 25 years or older
Allows for 3 different fletching pattern adjustments
BreakdownZenith Archery Products Bitzenburger Upgrade Kit has introduced a newly upgraded nock receiver for your Bitzenburger fletching jig. The replacement body will fit directly into your jig and will still adjust for all three different fletching patterns. The original receiver held the arrow only by a loose fit on the nock. The new receiver comes with two inserts which are held into the body by a long screw that is tightened through the rear of the receiver and will hold the arrows directly, without slippage. One insert is sized to fit snuggly into any arrow which uses a G nock. The second insert does arrows that use pin nocks, holding the pin by the hole in the insert. It also does arrows that use Super nocks (.246 carbon, Super Uni-bushings, etc.) by fitting the insert into the back of the arrow. If the pin holder becomes too loose, just gently squeeze the segments together with a small plier until it holds the pin tightly again. This kit DOES NOT include a sleeve for X or H nocks.
The product is nicely made, easy to swap out. My Victory VAP TKOs don’t fit on the end of the nipple without an uncomfortable amount of pressure. I’ve had to refletch more arrows I’ve messed up with it than the original. I just swapped back.
This is not for everyone. For a beginner though, this is a great tool. I was always slightly off on one of my fletchings before the upgrade, now my fletchings are even and consistent. So an expert fletcher, does not need this. However, as a beginner, I really appreciate this upgrade kit. I am fletching Gold Tip Kinetic Kaos arrows. So if your having issues with the stock Bitz configuration, don't give up, give this kit a try, it really does improve your arrow building.
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