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    Sooo, is it like a dart that you just push the vanes into a groove on the back?

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    Hmmm..............I don't think so. But you never know.


    I gotta get to testing out my FOB's some more. I really like them so far. But more testing is gonna be required. I wish I had been home today. I would have loved to have tested them in 50 mph winds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SinGin View Post
    Sooo, is it like a dart that you just push the vanes into a groove on the back?

    Looks similar.

    Kinda flys in the face of those warnings against shooting split or craked carbon shafts.

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    I actually seen these shafts at the ATA show this year.... I'll just say "I don't think so Tim"....
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    Quote Originally Posted by FOBsKILL View Post
    Looks similar.

    Kinda flys in the face of those warnings against shooting split or craked carbon shafts.
    Thats what I was thinking.

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    knowingly shooting split carbon shafts. Hmmm. I think I'll pass until someone reputable has put the through some serious testing. Just doesn't seem smart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Looney Bin View Post
    knowingly shooting split carbon shafts. Hmmm. I think I'll pass until someone reputable has put the through some serious testing. Just doesn't seem smart.
    I'm thinking the same as you guys.

    I don't think so....

    I'll stay with my Axis shafts. They take a licking and keep on ticking.... Oh, wrong commercial...

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    sound like a good law suit were do i get some. lol
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    I was over at cabelas talk forum and it seems a few guys use these arrows with great success.One guy has been using them for 8 months no problems.
    Seems like they hold up pretty good.
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    My local shop bought some at the ATA show just to try. I am a huge fan and user of FOB's so I tried to be open minded. My concern is the spine. The range of bow poundage for them is HUGE> They look cool but not for me either.
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