Bohning Blazer Vanes
Are very user friendly and as advertised. I'll never fletch with conventional fletchings again.
October 27, 2014
When I first got these I figure what's the difference between these and the Nap stuff so I pick up a pack each for two of my crossbows( matrix 310 & Barnett Wildcat Recurve ) one took 16" bolts and the other 18" ( the 18" bolts for the matrix 330 & 310 should be cut to 16" ) so I put them on my bolts wow what a difference between both products the brazier I could get tighter groups with with both 16" & 18" bolts while the other product close but not close enough, I had no problems with them fallen off or nothing, they don't bend or be deformed when your pulling them out vs the NAPs, I would recommend the pure yellow or orange, it's easier to see and plus you don't loose them in the snow or areas where it's white and black, the only problem I had was how far to put it. But it's easy and simple.
September 26, 2014
These sre the best way to do it your self quivk and very easy
August 11, 2014
They do what they say it does...
Simple to use and work exactly as claimed. Just bring your water to a rolling boil and submerge slowly. DON't REMOVE IT FROM HEAT!!! The water will cool and they may not apply properly. I dip them for around 12 to 15 seconds or so. Shake them off, and shoot the things. You MUST COMPLETELY REMOVE all glues and oils from the arrow shaft. I use alcohol and cotton ball for this after carefully scraping the arrow shaft first. Immediately my groups got tighter with these. Went from 5 to 7 inch groups to and consistent 3 to 4 at 40 yards They hold up pretty well to use also. My practice set of arrows have been fired at least 300 time each since these were added, and show no real damage at all through a Bear Method at 70 lbs.. Whisker Biscuits are hard on vanes, but other than slight scuff marks from them passing through it so many times they're perfect, and shoot as well today as they did out the box. When applied correctly they are outstanding!
July 22, 2014