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    Default The perfect hunting vane

    The question is what would you consider to be the perfect vane design and why! (The more info the better)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthShoreRat View Post
    The question is what would you consider to be the perfect vane design and why! (The more info the better)
    2" Blazers Blazers Blazers simple answer because they work a treat for hunting For 3D simple 2" Duravanes same good reasons
    I've learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but pissing everyone off is a piece of cake.


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    2" Blazers tough and fly well even with fixed heads.
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    Blazer's suck. Between clearance issue's, people putting holes in them cause they stick out so far and down to just a pain in the butt getting them to stick properly to the shaft they aren't worth my time.

    I ve been using fletch flex vanes for awhile now, they stick real well, clearance is never a issue as long as the bow if tuned, and they steer a broadhead just as straight as any of the gimmick fletchings out there.

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    Predator Duravanes, the best i've used/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    Blazer's suck. Between clearance issue's, people putting holes in them cause they stick out so far and down to just a pain in the butt getting them to stick properly to the shaft they aren't worth my time.

    I ve been using fletch flex vanes for awhile now, they stick real well, clearance is never a issue as long as the bow if tuned, and they steer a broadhead just as straight as any of the gimmick fletchings out there.
    Well Gator Don't hold back will you!!! I think the question was what are the best hunting vanes,hope your mates aren't shooting through your vanes while hunting?????
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    Now that you have what appears to be a few biased opinions I'll give you mine.

    If there were a perfect hunting vane there would be nothing to debate here because it would be the only one on the market. All others would have been discontinued.
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