Left or Right Hand Broadheads and Fletching ?

We get a lot of questions on selecting left or right hand bevel TuffHead™ broadheads.

To insure proper broadhead rotation and penetration, you will want to use TuffHead™  Broadheads with the SAME wing feathers as the bevel... that is, Left wing feathers with left bevels, right wing feathers with right bevels.

 

We offer the following graphic to help you match your new broadheads to existing shafts or to match arrows you currently shoot with success.

HOW TO DETERMINE RIGHT AND LEFT WING FEATHERS

 

Look at the nock end of an arrow (as though it is about to be shot), and rotate it so that one fletching is on top of the shaft. If the "catch lip" is to the left of the web, it is a right wing feather. If the "catch lip" is to the right of the web, it is a left wing feathers (see diagram).

 

http://www.trueflightfeathers.com/rwlw.gif

 

Remember when you order your TuffHeads™, you will want to use TuffHead™  Broadheads with the SAME wing feathers as the bevel... that is, Left wing feathers with left bevels, right wing feathers with right bevels.

 

DIAGRAM COMPLIMENTS OF TRUEFLIGHT FEATHERS

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SUBJECT VISIT

www.trueflightfeathers.com/faq.htm

 



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