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If my broadheads aren't aligned with the vanes on my arrows, should I be concerned? :( If yes, is there an easy fix for a bow novice?
 

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My personal opinion is that as long as you have a properly tuned bow and adequate fletching, it does not matter one iota.
 

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It makes no difference. The biggest factor is they must be seated to the inserts and spin perfectly.
 

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It will make absolutely no difference. As your arrow spins (and hopefully alot) the vanes will not cut through the same air anyway, if that is the thought.
 

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NOno
 

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My personal opinion is that as long as you have a properly tuned bow and adequate fletching, it does not matter one iota.
Agreed. Broadhead/fletching alignment is meaningless. Tune your bow and use a properly spined arrow with adequate fletching. End of list.
 

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Gees, I sure hope not. My Slick Tricks have 4 blades and I only have 3 Blazers on my arrows :eek:
 

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Don't be concerned.

Spin all of your arrows on an arrow spinner until they spin true, then just shoot 'em..... :D
 

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I got the same problem with my new G5 Shkotes (Shko-tay)! 2 blades and only 3 Quickers :angry: :mad: Dont know how im going to get my vanes and blade inline! :mg:
 

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Does make my mind wonder though.

Nope, don't worry about it but...........

HMMMMMMMMMM.

Blazer broadheads, three blade, right helical.......hmmmm.

Now, THERE is a thought... :cool:
(anyone got a patent application?) :tongue:
 
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