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Bi-Delta "Rain-Vanes" have small cuts in them similar to the ridges in feather fletching, while the Rain vanes were designed for traditional shooters; There are some people shooting them from modern compounds, using an offset or helical arrangement for shooting large fixed blades. The plastic/synthetic Rain vanes are 4" long and look very interesting, even though I have always been a feathers shooter.

Does anyone on here have any feedback or real-world hunting experience with them?? I hear finger release compound shooters like them very well.
 

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I can't give an opinion on the Rain Vanes, but I have shot the Hunter 3Ds and Sharks tooth and really like them.
 

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I can't give an opinion on the Rain Vanes, but I have shot the Hunter 3Ds and Sharks tooth and really like them.
Thanks, I might give them all a try sometime this coming spring.
 

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