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    jim burnworth offset blazer tip

    he uses a 2 in blazer and offsets the blazer an inch to make a 3 inch profile and stiffen the spine a little bit and says it stablizes a fixed brodhead better have to try it to belive it what do you guys think

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    Maybe I just haven't noticed them before but this seems to be getting a bunch of attention lately. I'm not sure I'm sold on it. You put the fletching at the back of the arrow for a reason. I still might give it a try though. A lot of people think it works really well.

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    Ha ha. I just beat ya to this buddy. I opened a thread. Just watched the show. HA HA.

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    I tried it. Not worth building ugly arrows.
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    The Archery shop I go to has been doing this for a couple of years now. Everyone is doing it but I agree it just does not look right. People are saying that it stabilizes the arrow faster, not really sure because I have not tried it myself, Could be worth a try though. Good luck!

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    I guess the NORMAL way that it has been done for hundreds of years is inferior..........I think the only difference it makes is that it is stupid looking, many have tried it and there is no real conclusion to say it makes any difference!
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