Great idea Twanger!
You know, you think I'm a wealth of knowledge, but if you and I lived closer and had gotten together, I'll bet anything that aside from the couple of things here and there that I could teach you, I could stand to learn a hundred or more from you.
You probably know more about urban deer hunting techniques and habits than anybody I've ever met. That's on top of all the statistical data you've gathered on things like cutting down the number of Kill Steps, etc...
It's great when we can exchange these ideas and information, since this is how everybody grows smarter as time goes on. I've learned as much from you and your threads as I've ever given, so I appreciate having people like you out there that contribute great information.
Those arrow wraps are on a new set of Aerobolt 200's, equipped with Dorge's Aerovane II's in a four fletch. They have my favorite wording imprinted on each wrap. It's the Grim Reaper with a bow at full draw and the slogan "Just Passin' Thru".
If you go to the Firenock.com website and look under "Products", you'll find the latest technical write up on the new Aerovane III's. They are the latest and greatest new technology based upon the research of a top Aerodynamics Engineering Professors Research. I'm just not sure they can be used on TAC15
Arrows (Aerobolts). This is because on a TAC15 arrow rotation of any type might cause an interference with getting the vanes to clear the arrow rest on exit. This is why PSE does not use any type of offset on their arrows.
This represents another entire series of tests that needs to be conducted in order to determine if any rate of spin can be tolerated on a TAC15 Crossbow and if so, how much?