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QuikSpin Speed Hunters vs. Blazers

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I'm looking at playin around with some new vanes and I want to try out the shorties since I heard you gain a decent amount of speed with them. Is it true they stabilize a broadhead just as well as a longer 4" vane? Also I could use some good and bad experiences about both the Blazers and Quik Spin Speed hunters, as I'm deciding between those two.

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I have been shooting the two inch blazers all spring and summer and they work great....no complaints. They fly true, straight and are very durable. I also am very interested in seeing any feed back on the quick-spin speed hunters. I hope they are a little more durable then the original 4 inch Quick Spins.

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I have been shooting the blazers for a couple years and love them. Fast, accurate and last a long time. I usually change them for a different color and they are no where near worn out. They do work well with broadheads.

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