New Archery Products QuikFletch QuikSpin Vane System - Bone Collector Vanes
Quick fletch was easy to use & works great. Would recomend to my customers
July 19, 2010
These shoot great and look great too. They are so quick to put on. A couple shots ended up in the ground and they still held up good. The color smears a little, but they still look good.
What I did was put my Rage broad heads on the arrows and then lined the fletchings up to ensure good spin. I did six for my mom before and didn't make sure they lined up with the blades, so some of them spin a fly a little off because the spin of the fletch and the spin of the broad head is different. But I've heard you can torch the insert end to soften the insert glue and adjust the insert so the blades line up with the fletch. It does make a difference.
June 24, 2010
Really tightened my long distance groups
They kept my groups tighter than the Blazers that came on my arrows especially out past 40 yards to 90 yards. Very easy to put on and much easier to remove than glued on vanes. Pretty durable, not quite as durable as my blazers were when accidentally shooting through a fence or shooting other arrows vanes(shot a vane off another arrow the second and third shot after putting these on at 20 yards). Cut my 20 yard groups down from 2"-3" to 1"-2" and keep my 40 and 50 yard groups within 3" most of the time. They look nice also with the bone collector logo and are very visible for arrow recovery after shooting squirrels.
March 8, 2014
I had a set of Gold Tip XT 5575's that needed to be re-fletched. When I went looking for new fletchings, the guy at Bass Pro suggested the Bone Collector Speed Hunters, saying it would tighten my groups and they were very durable. Boy was he right! These guys have taken my shooting to the next level. I have tightened my shots so much that I have actually shot through the vanes with other arrows, and even with holes in the vanes, they are still very accurate. I am about to replace my first set that I bought 6 months ago and will be getting more of the Speed Hunters. I was worried about how hard they would be to strip from the arrow shafts, but they come off as easy as feathers. I highly recommend these.
November 13, 2010