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    I want to get back into arrow building and can't decide which way too go as far as fletching. What's everyones preference? I thought of going to fobs but it just doesn't seem the same

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    I use blazers,stick great hard to come off,only when i blow through my target and hit fence.Light offer great flight,lots of colors to choose from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    I use blazers,stick great hard to come off,only when i blow through my target and hit fence.Light offer great flight,lots of colors to choose from.
    fusions are better get the 3 inch with the twist its amazing stick amazingly get that good like super glue stuff easton makes its a small tube but its amazing great great GREAT great great arrow flight and stability of the arrow good and stiff vanes love them i have converted 4 about to be 5 tomarrow when i go to my pro shop to get some for this guy and you can get them usually for 29 cents each but there the best

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    Blazers here.
    A little common sense goes a long way, unfortunately it's in short supply!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJunior View Post
    Blazers here.
    you people get like walmart stuff just sayin not being mean but ya

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    Coolsam402, as soon as you show me that you have enough experience with the products you say are the best you shouldn't downgrade what others use. Seems you have a lot to learn.
    A little common sense goes a long way, unfortunately it's in short supply!

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