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Old 08-18-2005, 07:32 PM
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Gents,
I'm new to the sport and to the site. This year will be my first Whitetail season with a bow. I will only take doe's with my bow. Now with that out of the way I have been shooting over the last year, 30 or more arrows at my 3D target from 20yds in many shooting positions. Knealing, Standing, Sitting in a small chair and on the ground and from different ground angles. I'm pretty good. I'm in 2" groups at 20. I don't like the way my vanes are wearing. They get all wavy and then get knicked causing my arrow to kick. Anyway I was reading what you wrote about the Bohning 2". I shoot a WB. I'm re-fletching my arrows that need it with these. Please advise otherwise or I'll get R done next week.

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Old 08-18-2005, 07:35 PM
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I'm re-fletching my arrows that need it with these. Please advise otherwise or I'll get R done next week
What type of advice are you looking for? There really isn't any trick to fletching the Blazers for a WB. There short stature makes even a relatively hard helical pass easily through the biscuit.
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Old 08-18-2005, 08:29 PM
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The Blazers are exactly the fletchings yo want with a bisquit. Just redo all your arrows and the wavy edge won't be an issue anymore. They fly great also.
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