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    What's the difference?

    Alright you bow junkies, I need your help. What is the difference:

    Helical right-
    Helical left-
    Offset-

    I am having my arrows fletched (have not tried myself). The shop said they are setup to do only right helical. My other arrows are set up offset and I wanted to try helical. Can you guys help me understand the differences.
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    basicaly it straightens arrow sooner due to air drag. only works with certain rests though. personaly i dont think it makes a diff. if they are set at right helical they wil turn to the right at take off. then straighten out with the air drag.

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    A helical helps to stabilize your arrow better in flight and it helps with accuracy, especially if you are shooting a fixed blade broadhead. My helix fletching jig does a 3 degree helical and I like the spin that it gives the arrow because the arrow is much more stable in flight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhershberger View Post
    A helical helps to stabilize your arrow better in flight and it helps with accuracy, especially if you are shooting a fixed blade broadhead. My helix fletching jig does a 3 degree helical and I like the spin that it gives the arrow because the arrow is much more stable in flight.
    So what's the difference between a left and right helical? Do lefties have to set it up opposite of righties?
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    So what's the difference between a left and right helical? Do lefties have to set it up opposite of righties?
    No difference....providing they're all the same. Only major difference is when using feathers (not vanes). If using left wing feathers, you need to use a left helical jig.
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