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    Bidelta Vanes

    Anybody using these and liking them.
    I've created custom wraps with a hammerhead shark theme and am thinking about using Bidelta shark tooth vanes 2.5" vanes.
    Easton Redline shafts.

    Anybody using them in FITA?



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    I use them on ACE. Haven't shot long distance with them yet. I use because they look cool and nobody else uses them (yet). As far as I can tell they respond they same as any other (normal) vane - but they do make a bit more noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VinZ View Post
    I use them on ACE. Haven't shot long distance with them yet. I use because they look cool and nobody else uses them (yet). As far as I can tell they respond they same as any other (normal) vane - but they do make a bit more noise.
    Good vane to shoot with... but they make noise going down range.

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    I switched from 3.5" Quickspins to the 2.5" Shark Tooths, and they are actually more quiet than the NAP's... They fly the same, and are very accurate out to 50 yards,just like the quickspins. The biggest difference is that I gained arrow speed, especially after 20 yards. The quickspins really slowed the arrow down after 20-25 yards.

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    quickspins will 'only' cost you 2 fps according to NAP test data. I believe this to be true. Depending on what poundage you bow is, you'll end up in the low blue or undershot a 90m target.
    Bidelta's will easily outperform quickspins in speed and durability. But if you want the best vane for 90m spinwings are the way to go, but there a pain to put on, hell if one is damaged. They damage easily so spinwings don't last long and are dirt cheap (now you know why I don't use them anymore ).

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