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AAE Hybrid 26 Vanes

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  1. Bootlegger

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    I’m really liking these vanes so far. Anyone else shooting them? Image1716072594.918578.jpg IMG_8871.JPG


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    I haven't tried those. But wanted to comment, that's a nice helical your OMP put on those.
    I have mainly been using Q2i vanes. Rapt-x, Griff-x for broadheads. 2.1" x-ii's for my 3d arrows. And 3" x-ii's for indoor.
    I just recently bought some 2.25 TAC vanes to mess around with, have only put them on one arrow so far. Need to get a chance to see how they steer a fixed in a 3 fletch, if that doesn't work I'll try them in a 4 fletch. They are surprisingly light, the 2.25" I got are advertised as 5 grains, but they actually show 4.2 grains on my scale.
     
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    I’ve used a lot of fletching jigs. The OMP Phoenix is best I’ve used. It has a ton of adjustability. That a 3 degree helical. I can go up to 5 lol. Thanks


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