Are those a little noisy?Living in Oregon, I shot my recurve throughout the winter with vanes, modified by taking scissors and making cuts 1/4” apart to “feather” them. It makes them come off the shelf with minimum deflection and they withstand the wet way better than my feathers... you might find it works for you, too. I’ve had some diehard traditionalists impressed with their performance.
Simple to use a can of Coleman's silicone waterproofing spray to keep them dry for the season. Just make sure you spray them and let them dry outside for about a week to dissipate the smell before you take them hunting. Spin the shaft after spraying and let dry.Hey Ya’ll,
trying to get good enough to hunt small and big game with recurve bow. Using 400 spline shafts with turkey feathers.
They get soaking wet in the rain and I’m sure POI is different when they are soaked.
is there any advantage to rule