Bohning Blazer™ Broadhead Vanes

   

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Maximum steering and durability; minimum noise and weight. The Blazer will amaze you with its silent, deadly accuracy. Welcome to the new frontier in broadhead flight! 2'' long; weighs just 5 grains. 36 pack.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bohning Blazers I've shot a lot of different vanes over the last 25 years but none have performed like the Bohning Blazer Vanes. My groups are exceptional and broadhead flight is unmatched by anything that I have used in the past. I would reccomend them for any archer / bowhunter who are looking for performance. November 9, 2006
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product These vanes are great if shooting a whisker biscuit rest, I was having a problem with the longer vanes peeling off and I switched to these vanes and the have not had any problem since November 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bohning Vanes Even though I love the tiger stripped vanes which are way overpriced. I use the blazer line religiously! I love them, fly great, and if your using a 1/2 inch offset with a right handed Helix these are the short vanes for you! October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by the best vane out there!!! these vanes are awesome. im shooting super tight groups with rage 2 blades at 20 yrds. im shooting a bear attack 70# with easton nano axis camo arrows. i know the arrow is going to hit where i aim. trust me buy these vanes. February 7, 2013
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No. Fletchings only.
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I do not think they do.
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To save money, would it be ok if you took a marker and made stripes on the vanes?
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ive used a sharpie marker on mine to mark the cock-vane because i fletch all same color. it doesnt hurt the vane one bit.
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I don't see why you couldn't . i don't think it would add much weight if any.
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Don't know if it helps but i was told by bp staff that it depends greatly on ur set up......i shoot a hoyt ultraelite at 60LBS and 27.5" draw and was told not to put any helical, just the slightest offset if anything at all.........hope this helps save some possible frustration and maybe bad reviews
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i prefer helical. reason being. when the arrow clears the string, you get more spin to stabilize the arrow. i have noticed much tighter shot groups this way.
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2 degree with 100 grain Muzzy Broadhead. MX3 or Muzzy 3 blade. I line my Vanes with the blades of Broadhead. It will hit same as field tips.
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nope. have 2 bows a bear and a parker. my parker has a hostage rest and i have no problems at all.
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These Clear my hostage rest with no problems.
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Yes.These vanes will work on crossbow bolts.It should increase speed a little if you use the 4" vanes.
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Yes It will be more actuate,and it will
be more stable with brod head.and
less chance for vain tg hit the barrel
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I know they are shorter and weight less which means they are great if you hunt out west because you can lighten your arrow, but what are the other differences or benefits you get from the blazer vanes?
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You really answered your own question.. thats just about the only benefits I can think is different frrom a blazer. I know I love mine and wouldn't shoot any other fletching on my arrows though
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They have less air resistance which means they will fly straighter and spin faster. They are also more durable due to the stiffness. duravanes have too much drag when shooting a through style rest also.
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