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Thread: Need pics and or instruction on stagered 3 vanes for increased BH stabilization

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    Need pics and or instruction on stagered 3 vanes for increased BH stabilization

    Was reading some posts on fletching arrows with 4 vanes for better broadhead stabilization. I have a Bohning blazer helix jig that locks in the standard 3 positions, don't think I could do 4 vanes on it. Then was reading about staggering 3 vanes. If I start with 1st vane about 1'' from end of shaft how far down the shaft should the 2nd and 3rd be? Thanks

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    it doesnt matter for stabilizing BHs, people have tried it with no real differences, stay with regular 3 vane setup and make sure bows tuned and you have proper spine and youll achieve FP to BH flight like 95% of people do
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    Just looking for something different to try.

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    I would say probably 1/2 inch farther down on each one
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    I have done the stangered with no real help with flight. If you need more stabilization on bh try 4 fletch. That helped me way more

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    what i have found to work very well with broadheads is 2" blazers with a helical that is where the vane will twist around the shaft of the arrow giving them a cup if you will causing them to catch more air and stabilizing the arrow i am shooting 390 ACC pro hunter arrows with 2" blazer vanes and G5 montech broadheads



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