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    Default Best fletchings for Rage 2 blade heads???

    I am going to use the Rage 2 blade broadheads, and I am tring to find out what fletchigs will work the best with them for perfect flight. Feathers or vaines????? Blazers or regular fletchings??? 2 inch or 4 inch??/ Maybe someone that has been useing them could give me a tip. I am shooting 70 lbs, and a PSE radial weave 300 arrow. Thanks to all that reply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonc View Post
    I am going to use the Rage 2 blade broadheads, and I am tring to find out what fletchigs will work the best with them for perfect flight. Feathers or vaines????? Blazers or regular fletchings??? 2 inch or 4 inch??/ Maybe someone that has been useing them could give me a tip. I am shooting 70 lbs, and a PSE radial weave 300 arrow. Thanks to all that reply...
    I shoot the same arrows and the rage fly just fine with standard or blazers. I prefer the blazer because they are though and can take a beating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottg View Post
    I shoot the same arrows and the rage fly just fine with standard or blazers. I prefer the blazer because they are though and can take a beating.
    +1....You should'nt have any problems with any type of fletching. Those fly just like a FP so its not as critical as a fixed head. I would go a step further and try out diff combos of your hunting shafts with the practice head and see if there are any shafts that fly better than the others then hunt with those. Also make sure that once you find the best flying shaft that the hunting head you pick is centered on your arrow. Spin test to make sure. I'm always amazed at how many people just slap a broadhead on and go without spin tuning them first...
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    Blazers on my X-Weaves.........


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    2 in blazers on my Eastons with the 3 blade rage. Works great
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    I shoot the Gateway Feathers RAYZR, they are the feathers version of the Blazer. IOM they are the best thing out there right now. I have shot them for over a year in 3D and for hunting and they have performed perfectly.
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