I have been trying out new fletchings and FOBs this past year and I am trying to decide what I want to stick with.
I finally got to shoot some new arrows with fusion vanes this weekend. I didn't get to shoot as much as I wanted to though. They seemed to fly okay. I am curious to see how they do when I can do some more shooting. Still trying to decide between the fusion vanes, bi-delta sharks tooth vanes, blazers and FOBs.
I shot FOBs before hunting this past year and shot them during season. They flew good and I have to admit the ease of fletching (or lack of fletching) was nice. If you bust one or one breaks you can just slap another one on in seconds rather than having to refletch an arrow. But I just can't seem to get away from that feeling of the fletched arrows. Don't know if that makes sense. The FOBs did hit a couple inches lower at longer distances though and at the time I shot them against bi-delta sharks tooth vanes and blazers and my fletched arrows stayed with the FOBs until you got further out then they didn't drop as much as the FOBs.
I have been shooting the bi-delta sharks tooth vanes lately (before I got some fusions) and I have liked them so far. I will have to do some more shooting with the fusions to see if i am going to like them or not.
I haven't been shooting blazers lately, but I shot them for several years and had no problems with them. Just trying out new things. You know how alot of us archers are LOL
Hard to make a decision when they all seem to be grouping well (at least for my shooting abilities ).