nufletch

Discussion in 'Archery Tech' started by boomer_x7, Nov 24, 2012.

  1. boomer_x7

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  2. 88luneke

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    I've seen them and thought the same about the weight.

    $50 is a lot for fletchings though.


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    There is a great review on these on the Eders bowhunting forum. Worth a looksie IMO.

    From a different perspective, I hadn't honestly thought of. For the guy who isn't interested in a jig and the fletching process, these are a great option...and assuming you don't loose arrows, they are cheaper than the debris that goes with fletching.

    He had speeds posted, before and after install and a bit on the crunched numbers with KE AND MO, if I recall correctly.


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  4. 88luneke

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    What's the weight on those? Or would it not matter as you'd be losing shaft weight?


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    I've seen these and thought they were interesting.. 2 concerns I had were 1) additional weight 2) to me it seems the arrow shaft would break easier when your slamming nocks..
     
  6. willy05

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    Seems like they would bend, like aluminum dart shafts.