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I am getting Boning blazer wraps on my arrows so I can find them better. Do yu think my whisker biscuit will tear them up? If so

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  • I am getting Boning blazer wraps on my arrows so I can find them better. Do yu think my whisker biscuit will tear them up? If so

    I am getting Boning blazer wraps on my arrows so I can find them better. Do yu think my whisker biscuit will tear them up? If so should I get a drop-away rest?

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    Save the Biscuits for the Gravy and your dog! Get a drop-away rest. Blazer Vanes are the way to go! They are more durable and stabilize your arrow faster and tighten your groups. After 30 yards, decreased accuracy from a Whisker Biscuit is noticeable, not to mention you lose between 5-7 fps of arrow speed!

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    • #3
      You could always use a Lumenok and not have to worry about changing the rest of your set-up

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      • #4
        I shot Quik-Spin wraps on my arrows last year through a Whisker Biscuit and had great success with 2" groups on the target and killed a buck with them. Never had any problems!

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        • #5
          It's basically personal preference, like a .270 or 30-06!

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          • #6
            the whisker biscuit it wont tear them up. for me at 50 yards with a whisker biscuit i can kill bunnies and gophers i don't hear them laughing a my arrow not hitting what i want.

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            • #7
              I don't think the whisker biscuit should have to much affect on something like that.

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              • #8
                For one thing I don't know many people that like the whisker biscuit sights so maybe you should look into a fall away rest for that reason alone and see if you like it more. I don't think there will be an issue of tearing up your vanes and if the whisker biscuit IS tearing up your vanes that means there is a massive amount of resistance when the arrow goes through and that is going to result in inconsisent arrow flight and a multitude of other problems. The key to good arrow rests are the limited amount of interference with the arrow and vanes.

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                • #9
                  I don't think the the bisbuit should affect them, but let us know how it works out for you.

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