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    Bohning Blazer X2 Target vane

    Has anyone used the New Bohning Blazer x2 Target vane? what are your thoughts on them and how well do they perform at longer distance?



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    i used them on my 2612's when i was shooting my monster for 3d and you cant ask for a better vaine. they flew well and were very durable

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    I fletched up a few of my fatboys to see how they fly...They fly great, can't see any problems with them. That being said I havn't shot a round of 3d yet...only shooting at the bag in the backyard.

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    thanks for the feedback, anyone else using the bohning blazer x2?

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    i have been shooting them all season on my X-Ringers and have had great sucess with them they fly great for me

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    ive been shooting them on my maxima 3d's , they are a AWESOME VANE!!!!!!!

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    mostley want to know how they fly down range from longer distance and what offset most are using with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperarcher View Post
    mostley want to know how they fly down range from longer distance and what offset most are using with them.
    I have used these on skinny arrows to fat arrows really seem to work well without slowing the arrow down at longer ranges. I fletch them in a Bohning Helix Jig works nice
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    How are the blazer x2 vanes compared to the Mini blazers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperarcher View Post
    How are the blazer x2 vanes compared to the Mini blazers?
    The X2's measure .465" high & 1.85" long, 4 grains each
    The mini's are 1.5" long I'm not sure on the height I'm guessing alittle less.
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    they dount stick good

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilHog View Post
    they dount stick good
    Never had a problem with these or any other Bohning products. I use Fletch Tite Platinum on a wrap or no wrap with no problems, no prep other than cleaning the shaft with hot water & SOS soap pad.
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    I had a sample pack of these, I fletched 2 arrows, one all the fletchings ripped off, the other one ripped off. In my mind the blazers shoot fine and stick very well. They also shoot exactly the same as the x2's out of my bow.

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    Lets not get off the subject I am wondering how blazer x2 compare to the blazer mini vane at longer distance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperarcher View Post
    Lets not get off the subject I am wondering how blazer x2 compare to the blazer mini vane at longer distance!
    seems like the same profile as the mini blazer but just slightly longer.

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    What arrow are you putting them on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jame View Post
    What arrow are you putting them on?
    I am puting them on an Easton lightspeed 3D.

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    I have been using them on my fatboys ever since they sent the sample and became availible. They shot right with my four inch helical vanes. I switched over to them early on. I get great flight with a straight fletch. I have shot them back to 90 and they group as well as anything else.
    If it were that easy we'd all be pro.

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    They fly great for me

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    I am fletching some blazer x2 two metellic red and one satin white, on a new dozen of easton Lightspeeds 3D.

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    Real happy with the results. They definately group better at shorter distance for me. I haven't made the comparison yet at longer distances. I will give it a try and let you know. They are very durable.

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    I just found out that they do indeed group better at shorter and longer distance and I am very impressed with the bohning Blazer x2 vanes! Can't wait until they come out with other color choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperarcher View Post
    I just found out that they do indeed group better at shorter and longer distance and I am very impressed with the bohning Blazer x2 vanes! Can't wait until they come out with other color choices.
    What color are you looking for?
    They come in these colors:
    hot pink
    metalic red
    metalic blue
    metalic green
    purple
    satin white
    satin gold
    satin sage
    satin blue
    satin chocolate
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    Bohning told me that in the fall there comming out with neon colors and more choices. I went with the metallic red and satin white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by viperarcher View Post
    Bohning told me that in the fall there comming out with neon colors and more choices. I went with the metallic red and satin white.
    nice..I have all three satin white vanes on my fatboys

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