Smiley1 wrote: The amount of fletching needed to stabilize a broadhead is minimal. … Steve
Right on, Steve. Even though the tuning isn’t yet ‘perfect’ on those arrows the video still shows just how little fletching stabilixation is required to overcome the broadhead’s windshear on an arrow with extremely high amounts of FOC. Any amount of fletching stabilization above what is required to overcome the broadhead’s windshear effect, under all wind and shooting conditions, is merely making noise and detracting from the arrow’s downrange performance.