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A couple questions

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#1 I am sure some of you use a whisker biscuit rest and have experience with determining which fletching works best. My dad uses one and the current fletching gets sort of wrinkly and bent. What fletching have you WB users found to work the best?

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#2 Blazer vanes. I personally am thinking about trying some blazers for my set up. I use 4 inch fletching currently and need to repair the fletching on some if not all of my arrows. What type of insight can you give as I think about making the switch? Will arrow flight be affected? Any insight would be great.

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In answer to the first I use the 4" straight veins & haven't had much trouble with them coming off. A few, but not many. I don't shoot a ton either though.

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I use to use a WB rest and encountered the same problem. I switched over to 2inch Blazers and have been very happy. They hold up well and work just fine with BH or FPs. Good luck.

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