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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 Blazer® 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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Shooting Glove..??

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So I’m new to archery and I was wondering if there is anyone out there that shoots with a glove on their bow hand. I notice that when my hand gets sweaty the bow tends to slide and I’m having to adjust my grip during my anchor…which is bad. I was wondering if a shooting glove of some sort would help?

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Savage Arms/Bowtech’s Mike Stroff shooting an Elite??

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I am confused. I thought Savage Arms and Bowtech were owned by the same company? Elite just posted a pic on Facebook of Savage Outdoors’ (used to be sponsored/owned by Savage Arms) host Mike Stroff and the bear he killed with his Energy 32. I am confused shouldnt he be using a Bowtech?

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Thoughts on shooting first year fawns?

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Not trying to start a war between fellow bowhunters so please keep this civil…

What are your personal thoughts on shooting fawns? I myself shy away from it in the earliest part of the season and let them pass but as the season starts to dwindle and I have doe tags I will gladly take them out. It makes for an easy drag and some fine table fare as I’m sure you all know. That being said, I love a big ol’ nanny doe too but I’ve read that taking out fawns is good for the overall herd health because fawns require more from their habitat than adult deer. In a nutshell, it saves food and resources for other deer that actually produce fawns and contribute to the gene pool. It’s stated widely that the majority of fawns do not breed their first autumn so they are the perfect deer to target without actually affecting future herd numbers directly. I’m a meat hunter first, as far as bucks; if he makes my heart skip he’s a target just like his sisters and daughters. What do you guys have to say on the matter?

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Tuned bow shooting left, sight maxed out

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I just purchased a new (used) elite judge. I put on the ripcord arrow rest and had it tuned at a local shop. Yesterday I put on my Spot Hogg sight and took it to the range to sight it in. I was shooting about a foot left, I gang adjusted the pins all the way to the left and it is finally hitting accurately. I had the sight attached to a bowtech sniper before switching to the elite and it wasn’t even close to being maxed out. I am curious if the bow was improperly tuned or are there any other reasons for me running out of adjustment. Thanks

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Questions About “Stump” Shooting

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Slowly but surely the weather is getting better. I’m getting comfortable with my bow and soon I’d love to start roving.

While I love loosing arrows down range I think I will have a lot of fun and get some good training value out of stump shooting.

I have looked at several posts and looked around online a bit but I’m still slightly confused.
I am unsure about what kind of points I should get. I would like something that I can use for stump shooting and hunting small game (rabbits).

Do I want a point in the same grain weight that I’m using now?

I use a Samick Phantom TD recurve.
It’s got 50# limbs @ 28".

I’m using uncut .400 spine carbon arrows with 100 grain field points at the moment. I believe they are fine enough for now while getting my form and consistency squared away. Eventually, I will get some finely tuned arrows but those can wait until I’m a little more sure about form.

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Anybody Shooting CX Maxima Reds?

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Been shooting the Maxima hunters for a few years now and been real happy with them. I’m setting up my son’s first bow and I see they have Maxima Red now. Any of you shooting them. Any input?

Brad

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