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    Default Fletchings??

    Whats up with the shorter fletchings? Are they better for fixed blade broadheads, or for pratice points only? Thank you for your time and GOD bless.

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    What shorter flectchings are you refering to?

    I use the 2 inch Bohning Blazers on my hunting arrows. I shoot a fixed blade broadhead.

    I am gonna try the 1.5 inch versions on my target arrows.
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    I too shoot blazers, the 2", on my hunting arrows. They work very well. I usually pick great flying broadheads so that probably helps. I have shot both expandables and fixed heads with the blazer vanes.
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    yes they help in both cases ,they are lighter,taller and do help. blazzers 2"that is all i use now on my gt pros
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    I like the smaller Vanes myself I shoot the Duravane 2.3 for 3-D and the 3inch for hunting.

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    Blazers on my 3-d selects (2 inch)
    Quickspins on my linejammers (the real small ones, I think 1&1/8")
    Works well for me, have my Switchback (original) set up w/linejammers right now for spots and 3-d, and have a borrowed Icon set up w/blazers for shooting DART league, hoping to get Icon for my self for shooting indoor, will set that up w/linejammers. Both arrow combos are very accurate. Of course both bows are good ones too. Both have been supper tuned by a freind of mine. And I am not telling who.
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    how much are most people paying for quickspins????
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    Thumbs up 2" Blazers

    I use the 2" Blazer vanes and put as strong an offset as I can get with my Bitzenberger,and they fly Great with my Muzzy 4 blades.I have shot feathers and 5" vanes for years with my hunting set-ups,and the Blazers are lighter,faster,quieter,more durable,and shoot every bit as well.Part of the reason the Blazers do so well is they are about 25-35 grains lighter than regular vanes (all 3 vanes),and taking that weight off the rear of your arrow really improves your (front of center) F.O.C.%.That makes more difference than most people think.Try the 2" Blazers and you'll be glad you did....

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