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NAP QuikFletch

Post by BONER » Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:45 pm

I just got through installing some of those new NAP Quikfletch


Talk about easy!

Just stripped six arrows clean, boiled some water, poured into a glass tall enough to put arrow into and they shrunk around the arrow, no mess, no time, and solid as heck.

Whole deal took me ten minutes to unfletch and refletch 6 arrows!

Took them out and shot them through the bow. . . hitting exactly same place as I was with my other fletch, they fly great and super stable.

Shot one into the rock pile to see if I could shake it loose. . . nope

You can buy them as "Twister" . . . which spin a little, or "Quikspin TS" speedhunter which have the little kickers and spin a lot! I got the plain Twisters.

Just thought I would pass this along, they seem great and easy to use. Fly well. and no glue or weak bonds!
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Re: NAP QuikFletch

Post by BOHNTR » Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:52 pm

How do you re-fletch inidividual vanes? #-o
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Re: NAP QuikFletch

Post by Jon B » Mon Jul 27, 2009 6:31 pm

Hey this is a revolutionary idea. I bought some of the Nap Quickspin Speed hunters on clearance last year. I fell in love with them, they are very durable. I have one that I shot 4 deer and one wild hog with it before it started to tear up. The white shrink wrap tore at the base of one of the fletches, probably had something to do with hitting rocks after a pass through. I finally put a dot of superglue at the tear and have retired that arrow to practice and varmint hunting. Even with 5 pass thru's the fletch stayed tight and the vanes retained their stiffness. The only problem with the Speedhunters are the price. I payed 25.99 plus shipping on ebay for the second set I purchased. The Twister style are much cheaper than the speedhunters. I would highly recomend this product. The post above makes a great point saying that you can't replace single vanes, I havn't had that problem and I have shot mine alot. 10sign:
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Re: NAP QuikFletch

Post by Bowtech43 » Thu Jul 30, 2009 8:47 am

Good post! I was wondering how durable these would be. I really hate fletching arrows the traditional way. I'll have to give this a try!

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