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    Default Fletching for X7 Eclipse

    I need some input on fletching options on the X7's for 3D.
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    I like these:

    http://www.duravanes.com/products/3-d-duravanes.aspx

    so why did you decide to go with X7's instead of carbon?

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    I can't afford a separate set of arrows for 3d and indoor target right now. I thought for now I could use the x7's for both. But, I am open to suggestions that might work better for indoor and 3D??
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    you could get more speed for 3-D and maintain the large diameter shaft with an Easton Fatboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    you could get more speed for 3-D and maintain the large diameter shaft with an Easton Fatboy.
    CX Linejammer and CXL SS would work also!!
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    The X7 may cost more in the long run. Using them for spots is not the problem, 3d is a different story. If you are a good shot and shoot first the other shooters will be flinging arrows around that alum. shaft. That is where the problem is, the thin walled shaft will be bet to heck. You could loss a couple shafts in each event.

    Back in the day that is why I switched to ACC. Never lost/broke another shaft. Oh an the nock insert makes robinhooding those arrow a lot easier.

    Fletch with all black duravanes and black nocks. Then others can not aim for you shafts.

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