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    Default Hunting arrow fletchings?

    What is everyone using for fletchings on your hunting arrows? And now for the tuff part Why? Just wondering.
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    Blazers. They do well thru a biscuit and really put the spin on the shaft.
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    I also am experimenting w/Blazers want to see results when Shoot them at 30-40 yds. 20 yds at dart screen they fly pretty good.
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    I like the vanetechs. They are very consistant and very durable.

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    Default Blazers

    I am shooting blazers on axis 340's. They fly great with a 3 blade muzzy and field points.

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    Default Hunting arrow fletchings

    I have been using 4" QuikSpins on Easton ACC's for a couple of years now and like the flight I get with my broadheads.

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    Default Blazers all the way

    I put blazers on my arrows last year and did not have to mess with getting the right broadhead on each arrow. My BH's flew GREAT with the blazers.



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    Hey frank which braodheads you use. I can see another question thread comming.....
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    Default Broadheads

    I have shot nothing but 125gr 3-blade muzzys for the past 5 years. They are definately my best flying BH's.


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    Have you ever tried the four blade muzzys? Results? I like the Four blade 100gr, And for mechanicals I still like the spitfire pro series
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    Default Nope

    Never tried the 4-blades yet. As for mechanicals never tried them. Just like the dropaways I fear mechanicals can fail to open and that would not be cool. It takes me a while to feel confident with new things I mean come on I still shoot Aluminum arrows but am going to carbon for 3D.


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    Switching to carbon arrows??? You can teach an OLD dawg new tricks.
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    I have been using, easton diamond vanes. But after reading the posts, I may have to try blazers. Have also used feathers, with no problems. Can't say why i am currently using vanes.

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    Feathers indoors - I may change next year. I like the way that they fly, but the durability doesn't seem to be as good as vanes.

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    I shot blazers the last two years. I am looking forward to trying the 3.125" Quikspin this year. Lighter than last years 4" but supposedly spins just as fast as the 4"
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    I am using 4 inch Spin Wings. They really get the arrow spinning, and stabilize quickly.
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    4 inch bared feathers, because they look great and fly like a dart, also use 100 grain montecs fixed blades.
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