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I’ve been trying out these zinger fletchings and I have been very impressed! No more fletching arrows or having to stop by the pro shop to repair or change things up. Simply put these on and shoot away. I tried fobs and they were decent but I kept breaking them by shooting multiple arrows at the same spot. These zingers are made of very strong yet flexible material.

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These are very interesting. At only 10grains for the 4 fletch...you can slide them forward to assist FOC, then you get the benefits of FOBs by having a low profile for less cross wind drift.
 

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Any updates on hunting with the Zinger fletching?
Looks interesting.
I was only able to shoot at and kill one deer with my bow this year so I don't have much to go on as far as test results. The zinger did its job steering the arrow but it did slide off and took my lighted nock with it.
I'm going to continue using them for the convenience factor but if I find they all slide off with my nock on impact, I'll probably start fletching my own.
 

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Anyone know (first-hand) if these fly well through a Whisker Biscuit?


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