Grayling Fletching Jig
changing the fletching plates.


  Tools Needed : Phillips Head Screwdrive
  1. Loosen adjuster knob(Fig1 "A").
  2. Remove dial screw(Fig1 "B") completely with a phillips head screw driver..
  3. Remove dial(Fig1 "E"), spring(Fig1 "H"), rear fletch plate(Fig1 "D") and front fletch plate(Fig1 "C").
  4. Choose the desired front and back fletch plate. Cock feather down 3 X 120(Fig2) and Cock feather Out 3 X 120 (Fig2) both use the 3 fletch front plate(Fig2). The 4 X 90(Fig2) uses the 4 fletch front plate(Fig2).
  5. The receiver(Fig1 "F") should still be thru the hole in the jig body. Hold the jig body so the nock receiver is facing down, holding the nock receiver in with your thumb.
  6. Place the front plate(Fig1 "C") over the back end of the receiver and into the adjuster slot(Fig1 "G").
  7. Place the rear fletch plate(Fig1 "D") over the receiver(Fig1 "F") lining up the flats.
  8. Replace the spring(Fig1 "H") on the back end of the receiver(Fig1 "F").
  9. Line the flat of the dial(Fig3) with the flat of the receiver(Fig1 "F") turning the dial slightly in both directions while applying slight downward pressure till the whole assembly drops together.
  10. While holding the whole assembly together with your thumb and finger replace and tighten the dial screw(Fig1 "B").
  11. Tighten the adjuster knob(Fig1 "A") and your ready to begin fletching again.