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Arrow choice for indoor target #archery

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I ordered 6 Easton Fatboy carbon arrows and 6 Easton 2314 aluminum arrows for indoor target shooting. I want to try out both arrows to see which I like better. That said, what is the preferred arrow material for indoor target shooting? What is the preferred fletching material: vanes or feathers? Should I have them fletched straight, offset, or helical? What are the pros and cons of each option? Thanks in advance for your input!

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Indoor arrows

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Looking to setup my first set of indoor arrows. So a little about me and my setup. Shooting almost a year and starting to get consistent. I only have my one bow right now which is a podium x 37 long strung to 28 inch draw with 70 percent let off at 58#. For 3d I shoot x cutters with 140 up front at 28 inches and aae pro max vanes. I also shoot spots with these and can easily shoot nfaa 300 but am looking to increase the x count. I am looking at larger heavier arrows for spots so of course I was looking at xxx an x27 but am interested in people’s thoughts especially if you have a similar setup. My x cutters tune great so I was thinking xxx might be nice but x27 seems to have been the go to for a while. Thanks for the help.

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Clearing up Indoor scope clarifier set up

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So after shooting with a blurry pin for my indoor scope set up, I took the lens off and clarifier out and shot way better. I still wanted to solve shooting with my scope lens so after messing about a bit, I discovered that a #2 clarifier was all I needed. No more starry pin. Problem solved. Just wanted to share in case anyone else struggled with lack of clarity.

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Newbie: Bohning Blazer or X Vanes Shield Cut for indoor target shooting?

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Even something as simple as a vane has innumerable choices, which as a newbie, makes it difficult to make a decision, so I’m looking for your assistance.

My usage will be for indoor target shooting at 20 yards. (I prefer to shoot at the NFAA five spot target.) Occasionally I will shoot an outdoor 3D course.

I’ve narrowed it down to Bohning’s Blazer or X Vanes Shield Cut.

According to the website, the Blazer is "designed for fixed blade broad heads, but great for crossbows and 3D archery." Also: "We recommend fletching the BlazerĀ® vanes helically for perfect results."

Whereas the X Vanes Shield Cut is "designed for target archery." However there was no mention of recommended fletching. And there is no indication of which of the three profiles I should choose (1.5” Shield Cut, 1.75” Shield Cut, and 2.25” Shield Cut) :confused:

I thought the Blazers would be a good choice because practically every archer at the range appears to be using it. However according to the website the X Vanes Shield Cut appears to be more suited to my usage.

Bow is compound, DW is 40-to-50#. Arrow is Gold Tip, carbon, 0.003, cut to 27" — I don’t have its other specs at this time. Arrows will have a 85 grain target point, and pointed nocks.

ETA: I doubt I will notice the difference regardless of which one I choose. I’m asking more for the thought process behind choosing a vane.

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NFAA indoor nationals

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What does it cost to shoot the indoor nationals, can’t seem to find the information on the NFAA page. Amature class.

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*** New Indoor Archery Range in San Antonio Texas ***

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Hello all I would like to announce that San Antonio has a NEW indoor range! It is affiliated with Texans Archery Club who has many ranges throughout the state and if you chose to become a memeber (not required to use the range) you may use any of the ranges under the TAC with NO range fee minus the cost of the paper target of your choosing. The range can support up to 36 archers at a time and will be running leagues begininig mid March and more than likely continue year round provided there is enough participation.
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Also TAC is a learning club. What I mean is they love to promote the sport through education and progression. Lessons and classes are available to help new comers to the sport learn how to shoot the right way the first time to reduce frustration and keep this sport growing. More information can be found at http://sanantonioarchery.com/
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So you’re interested in trying out the range or the sport but don’t want to pay anything. Not a problem at all. There is a groupon currently available for the range that will grant you one hour of range time and equipment rental and a breif lesson if you’ve never shot before all for the price of FREE!

The hours are 1200-2000 (12-8 pm) Tuesday thru Firday and 0900-1800 (9am-6pm) on Saturday and Sunday.
If you have any questions you may email the club director Clint Mongomery, email link is provided on the web page listed above.
Or you could just stop by and check out the range on 8446 Gault, San Antonio, TX 78209. Just off of the 410 Loop.

Hope to see you on the range!

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Indoor Thread!!!

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This place has been pretty dull lately, let’s spice it up. Post anything indoor, vegas, 5-spot, whatever (spots only).
I’ll start it off I guess. My indoor rig is in my sig., what’s everyone’s setups and goals for the year?

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Mounting and lighting indoor 4×4 target

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Hey everyone,

I’m about to start working on finishing my basement, and I’m planning to include a 10-yard practice range. My local pro shop is going to sell me one of their used 4′x4′ target blocks so I’m going to build it into the outside wall of the bedroom at one end of the basement. I can stand at the other end of the basement and get a couple shooting lanes going.

The target block is 18" deep so I’m thinking I’ll build a shelf into the framing for the new wall and eventually build a cabinet around the block so I can close it up when not in use. I’m leaning toward doing a built-in bookshelf on the rest of the wall to roughly match the extra depth that the target will require. I think it would be really cool to have it hidden from sight and then revealed by opening the cabinet. I really want it to look nice whether the cabinet is open or closed.

My question is about lighting. I set up a little 18"x18" target on a shelf tonight and found that the bare bulbs on the ceiling were a problem. The glare really messed with the lens in my scope. I cut a couple small pieces of cardboard and hung them from some nails in front of the two bulbs and that seems to have done the trick. Not a good long-term solution though.

I want to make sure the target block is really well lit so I’m wondering about using some LED rope lighting all the way around the perimeter of the cabinet and hidden from view when at the shooting line. That should eliminate shadows, but I’m not sure if the lighting would be even enough.

What kind of lights should I use in the rest of the room? With an 8-foot ceiling I’m afraid the glare would be a problem, and I doubt my wife would approve of hanging the cardboard up there permanently. Would recessed lighting be better? Maybe I could do lights on the walls and avoid the ceiling glare. Maybe some combination of dimmers and turning off some lights between the shooting line and the target would do it.

Any other ideas?

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