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Prunus 31’’ Targeting Practice Fiberglass Arrows with Adjustable Nocks and Fixed Tips in Green and White Plastic Vance 12 Pack(green white vanes)

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Prunus 31’’ Targeting Practice Fiberglass Arrows with Adjustable Nocks and Fixed Tips in Green and White Plastic Vance 12 Pack(green white vanes)

  • Prunus 31 inch FIXED TIPS fiberglass arrows, durable for target practice.
  • Nocks are tight while not glued, could be used for compound bow directly, please change the nock direction while using recurve bow or long bows
  • Total length: 31", Vance length: 3" Weight: 36 g Outer Diameter: 7.8 mm
  • Tips : 100 grain, Spine: 500 to 550, Suit for 18 to 40 pounds bow
  • One dozen per carton, gently packed in white high density foam
Arrows Detail Description:
Outer diameter : 7.8 mm
Material of arrow shaft : Fiberglass quality
Length of arrow shaft : 31 inch include the tips
Weight: 36 g per piece
Nocks: Adjustable and not glued
Tips: Fixed, 100 grain
Spine: 500 to 550
Vanes : Plastic quality and color in 2 green 1 white

PACKING:
Total 12 pcs in one carton.
All arrows are packed in white high density foam as pictures you see, which will reduce the collision in the tr

Price:

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Moving vanes forward on shaft? #archery

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Any advantage to moving the vanes farther from the nock vs closer? I hate feeling the vanes on my face and considering moving it forward 1/2" to 3/4" to eliminate this. Any testing? Disadvantages or advantages to this?
Thanks,
Deone


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Question about fletching Bohning Heat vanes #archery

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Does anyone know if you can fletch the Heat vanes with the Bohning Blazer Helix fletching jig?
Also, has anyone had any adhesion problems with these vanes?
Thanks, Nate


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vanes for arrows

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would you rather use blazers or aae max hunters?

trying to decide.

thanks for input.


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Mis-aligned vanes, do they make a difference?

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For the purpose of this thread, talking about indoor short distance recurve archery.

The purpose of the vane is to cause drag to help straighten up the arrow in flight. In fact when you tune the bow you use a bare shaft to test how well your bow is tuned…

So if a bare shaft will group with a set of arrows which are fletched, how much real difference would mis-aligned or skewed vanes make to the group on the target.

I get at 100 yards, you would start to see a difference, but at say 25m would mis-aligned vanes make any real difference at all?

Head say it should not, but I have always been over critical of vanes I fletch…

Really interested in what others think…


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Victory Arrow Vanes

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Split a dozen Victory V-Force Sport 400 arrows with my brother to see how they’d shoot,no complaints so far but I did manage to hit my vanes while trying to get groups. Does anyone know if Victory blazer vanes are available, are they the same as Bohning’s blazer ?


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Vanes VS Feathers for HEAVY arrows HEAVY bow

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So before people jump down my neck saying "you don’t need that"….I am well aware…I just wanted it and saved until I could have it..

Ok so that being said, I am trying to set up a set of arrows for my new bow(2015 Hoyt Nitrum 30/28.5/90# Draw(yes 90#)

I am going to be setting up a set of Easton Axis Dangerous Game 250(17.7gpi).

I’ll be cutting them at 29" with the 75grain brass inserts. Then topping them off with 210grain German Kinetics fixed blade Broadheads. Looking for total arrow weight of 800grains..

My question is, for a setup with this heavy of an arrow, what would be my best bet for the tail? Feathers or Vanes? 5", 4", 3", 2" etc….

If you have any input or experience, please let me know.

Thanks

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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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