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I decided to start fletching my own arrows this year and in so bought a couple of like-new Bitzenburger jigs and clamps (both right and straight). However, since I am a novice to fletching, I needed instruction on how to do so. I called Bitzenburger and requested an 'Operations Manual', which they offered to send to me for free. I talked to the guy for 10 minutes regarding different flethings, preferences and history of the company. He never rushed me off the phone. They run the best jig making company with NO computer, just a typewriter and fax. Also, the last change/update made to their jigs was done in 1964....justifying the old adage, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". Two [up][up] to excellent customer service.
 

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Gotta show them how to use one, then they'll be able to do their own
then I dont make money .I did a ton this past season now I am not doin it for free
 

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I bought mine from Robinhood Archery in Montclair back in '72. I had to get my mother to drive me there.

She flipped out when she heard that I spent $12.50 on "that piece of crap" [rofl].

Here I am 35 years later, and I've got a dozen going in the basement.[up]
 

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I bought mine in 1983 and it has gone through the game getters, XX75's, and now the ICS Hunters. I always have plenty of well made sticks....I think that I paid $54 at Targeteers.

It is cool to hear that the company is so down to earth.
 
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