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    i got vane tec on my gt.im gettin down there on arrows and if i can aford it i will need to get 6 more for hunting this year,well if i can afford that to(got some of my med bills in today not good).so i was wanting to know what yall use,what yall recomend.just looking for some first hand knowledge.im for sure sticking with my arrows,i like them

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    Blazers! All the way. What's your arrow lenth? I got some GT 5575 that i no longer use. Still in very good condition and fletched. LMK. Oh yeah and the arrows are camo
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    im cut to 27.75 and i shoot the 75-95.i still have 8 left and 4 of my junk arrows.but i seam to be looseing them on the 3d course i shoot.if i stillhave 4 by the time hunting comes around then im good to go.or i will ask my well off hunting partner to float the bill this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravediggermtv View Post
    im cut to 27.75 and i shoot the 75-95.i still have 8 left and 4 of my junk arrows.but i seam to be looseing them on the 3d course i shoot.if i stillhave 4 by the time hunting comes around then im good to go.or i will ask my well off hunting partner to float the bill this year
    Lol. May i barrow your hunting partner? And yeah i also switched to 7595 which is why i have the extra 5575.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinbowhunter View Post
    Lol. May i barrow your hunting partner? And yeah i also switched to 7595 which is why i have the extra 5575.
    sure.ive known the guy for years.he started at a pizza place,now hes a welder fab guy,no real bills,does not spend his money.looks like he does not have a dime to his name.but if i ask he will loan me the 100 to get my hunters licence,deer and elk tag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravediggermtv View Post
    sure.ive known the guy for years.he started at a pizza place,now hes a welder fab guy,no real bills,does not spend his money.looks like he does not have a dime to his name.but if i ask he will loan me the 100 to get my hunters licence,deer and elk tag.
    You have to pay for tag's? over hear as long as your a licenced hunter you get all the tag's for free. Turkey,mouflan sheep,goat.

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    I've went through a lot of different brands, makes and styles, but have settled on Bohning vanes for everything. I have 4" vanes set to 5 degrees on my hunting arrows - ain't refletching until I have to. If you have the clearance Blazers just flat get the job done whether of mechanical or fixed broadheads and whether a slight offset or full helical. They are a few vanes comparable to the Blazers that are darn good. If not for Blazers I'd go with the NAP 2" Twister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    I've went through a lot of different brands, makes and styles, but have settled on Bohning vanes for everything. I have 4" vanes set to 5 degrees on my hunting arrows - ain't refletching until I have to. If you have the clearance Blazers just flat get the job done whether of mechanical or fixed broadheads and whether a slight offset or full helical. They are a few vanes comparable to the Blazers that are darn good. If not for Blazers I'd go with the NAP 2" Twister.
    Those NAP twisters are to exspensive for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinbowhunter View Post
    Blazers! All the way.
    X2 on the Blazers. I tried the 3" fusions and consistantly flew high and right. Did not want to resight just to shoot 6 arrows, just had to try them.
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    blazers rock but you do need a hair of extra clearance. not to add more confusion bit the only way ive shot them is straight fletched. whats the difference with offset and helical. and does it work?
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