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I like them, but the last set I had all fell off at the same time. They lasted 1 1/2 years on the arrows and it鈥檚 like the glue had a shelf life and I lost multiple vanes within a weeks time. I have no other explanation for this. If it had been only one arrow, no biggie but half of the dozen I had built did it. I stripped them off and refletched with Blazers. I had the original arrows custom built so I have no idea what was used for glue and/or primer.
 

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I went to Max Stealth this year coming from Blazers.
I really like them and my broadhead groups are just as tight and they are quieter in flight. No testing done on noise, but to my ears they are.
 

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I've used those and max stealth.

The stealths are definetly a better fletch for my needs.

Quiet , and stability is as hood as it gets. Shooting my best with max stealths.
 

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My brother builds my arrows. I tried the silent knight 200s, he fletched me a few with max hunters because he loves them (he used them for the last 3 years or so), and I'm now getting some done with the pro max because I didnt want that much fletch (they're 8 gr per, pro max are 4). Max hunters are good, just not what I wanted. He just flecthed some up with the max stealth 2.6". He, so far, likes them better than the max hunters which says something to me.
 

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I鈥檓 sure I would, if I tried them. They would be at the top of the list to try if I decide to veer away from the Q2i vanes I鈥檝e been using! I do love the shape of them compared to the stealth鈥檚 everyone likes so much.
If you have been using the q2i (I have been using for years) I doubt you will 馃槈
 
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