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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by sleepytrucker, Oct 13, 2007.
just wanted to know what the maj. of shooters were using for vane lenght and style for 3-d comp.
---- Duravanes 2.3"
Spin wings, 2 3/16" eace:
2" blazers for me, I just switched over from 4" arizona. Still amazed that a little 2" vane gets the job done with broadheads. Much easier to tune than bigger vanes, less chance of the blazers making contact with the arrow rest.
2 inch blazers!:biggrin1:
2 inch blazers, 4 inch vanes on my hunting arrows (can't get the damn vanes off without destroying my arrows. Goldtip sucks!)
4" easton vanes/6 degree helica on my huntng arrows.I have a doz of a/c/c's super/lite's that i haven't decided on yet though.
4" AAE for everything.
1.8" duravane 3d selects.
2" Blazers...........my son soon to be 2" orange blazers.:biggrin1:
2" zebra stripe blazers
2" Gateway Feathers Rayzr. :usa:
2.75" on 3555 Gold Tips.
3D Duravanes at 1.8" for me sometimes. I still prefer feathers and am taking a hard look at the Rayzr's for shooting out of my X cam bows. Need just a slightly lower profile than regular feathers.
2 inch Blazers, it doesn't matter how long your vanes (within reason) it is the damater and stiffness that matters, the Matthews dealer where i bought my bow, pattented the blazers, i have been shooting them for 6 years.
2 inch Blazers
2 inch blazer