After you take the majority off with a utility knife, take a potato peeler to it. Works great.Anyone have a good tool or trick for taking off fletchings on a carbon arrow? I have one of those razor blades that have a concave blade that's supposed to slide on the shaft easier, but i still get carbon chips flaking off. Thanks in advance.
Yep. I usually will run my utility blade flush(parallel) with the shaft and take off as much as I can without touching the arrow. The break out the potato peeler and 'peel' the shaft just like a carrot.I don't think i'm quite there yet. lol I'll maybe try the potato pealer since i have one of those. So do you cut just above the part of the fletching that attaches to the arrow? Maybe leaving a 1/32" on the arrow?