For decades, the archery community has considered the Bitzenburger fletching jig the best that money can buy. Any arrow builder looking to make the best arrows possible should consider the Bitzenburger fletching jig. The Bitzenburger works with vanes or feathers on carbon, alumin...read more
The redesigned Tru-Center taper tool. Improved with solid, pre-set blades for no setup or adjustments needed. Machined from aircraft grade aluminum for precision. Comes with shaft guides (color coded) in diameters 5/16" (red), 11/32" (black), and 23/64" (blue). Doe...read more
Frustrated with sloppy uneven pinstripes on your arrows? It's probably your cresting lathe! The SpinRite offers features that set it apart from the pack. The unique adjustable roller and idler system allows you to dampen wobbles in those not-so-straight wooden shafts so your pin...read more
Finally! A spine tester for the home wood arrow builder that won't break the bank. This unit mounts to the wall so it's always ready for action. Compact size that measures at 26" centers for measuring wood arrows (no carbon or aluminum arrows). Spines wood arrow shafts ...read more
Quality compact "pocket" electronic grain scale at a low affordable price! This little digital grain scale accurately weighs in grains, ounces, penny weight, and grams. Serious bowhunters and target archery shooters know that matching your arrow components closely im...read more
One of the most "shaft friendly" arrow straightening tools on the market. Works on all wood arrow shafts up to 3/8" in diameter. Straightens by compressing wood fibers on the high side. Will not scuff the finish on sealed arrows. "Roll" rather than rub to...read more
Cut your arrows quickly, accurately, and easily with the Weston Precise Cut Arrowsaw. This Arrowsaw is designed to cut all types of arrow shafts (wood, carbon, aluminum). The fixed measuring scale ensures accurately cut arrows every time, while the clear view safety guard prot...read more
Velocity measurements from 20-9,999 feet per second (fps) with accuracy of ±0.5% of measured velocity or better. Just step back 5-15 feet from the target and shoot through the aiming guides. The ProChrono LTD shows your arrow's velocity.