3 fletch or 4 fletch

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  1. Alex Stephens

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    Wondering people’s opinion on this
     
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    Less than 80 yds 3-Fletch 2-3 degree helical. I shoot left helical (arrows clock left, mine by preference) TAC 2.75” Drivers. Just a note, this is the classified section. Other topic sections you might get quicker responses.


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    I would play around with each, fletch a 3 and a 4 and see which ones behave best.
     
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    I like 4 so I can shoot shorter vanes and get better clearance.
    Plus the symmetry appeals to me.
    Both shoot my broadheads good though.


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    Concur


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    I run 4 fletch with helical 90 degree with Blazer Heat vanes. Very silent in flight and good groups. Mix that with Wac'em quad blade broadheads at 100gr and everything flies the same.
    You just have to build a couple to see what will work best for your set.
    Arizona EZ fletch is a very inexpensive fletching tool and simple to use.
     
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