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    this can fit in the target or bowhunter forum so im puting it in the offtopic till this thread finds its place.check out this link and share some thought.im not to sure what to think about it...looks cool,idea is good but a lost arrow cost enough with out adding this to the price
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bGKG7ZuNsQ

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    Neat idea, but that's gonna throw the FOC out of whack though. I think the Quick Fletch is a simpler and better idea. Adds less weight. Not to mention, you won't cry as much over cost if you lose an arrow. lol
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    FOC was a concern i had but i wanted to try and find what this setup weighs in at,the sight gives no info as to the weight of the nufletch.and i really dont like haveing to screw it into an incert on the back,maybe with some 50 or 75grn weights up front it would bring the FOC back up but with out a weight in grns then i just dont know.

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    Here is another concern wobble. Inserts are aluminum and once bent or tweaked it won't fly correct. And inserts are not always square.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Here is another concern wobble. Inserts are aluminum and once bent or tweaked it won't fly correct. And inserts are not always square.


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    very true.so many concerns about this.i did find the info on the weight and it will mess with spine+plus adding a joint and bla bla bla so much for the brain to process
    http://nufletch.com/support-guide/

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    I can't wait to hear what Sonny has to say about this.
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