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I have them...I have no provlem with them....I don't see any great advantage with them either.....
I second that. One small advantage though is that the vane is shorter on the shaft so it may not touch your face, arrow rest etc. like a long vane does. You can customize it's position more than a long vane.
 

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I love them. They lighten up your arrow set-up, a bit. With modern bows and arrows, we really dont need 4" of stabilization, nor is super high KE required.
 

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I have them...I have no provlem with them....I don't see any great advantage with them either.....
They are lighter which equals a faster/flatter arrow further down range. Also they are easier to fine-tune FOC with due to weighing less you can add weight when needed more precisely.
 

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I was testing out three different types of veins when I got my new gold tips a few months back...I was shooting regular 4" veins, the tall blazer veins and then some low profile short veins...I made up three arrows with each and ended up going with blazers on all my arrows...the seemed to shoot just a little faster and they were the most accurate with my G5 Montec broadheads! Just be sure that when you are mounting up your arrows for your broad heads that the blades match the vein pattern, I mean that if you look down you arrow your veins should match the pattern of the broadhead for better accuracy!

I have three arrows that I set aside out of a group of my arrows that shoot the best with broadheads and I use those only for hunting...the rest I use for target shooting in the backyard!

Hope this helps
 
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