Quick Spin

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by Vulture, Jul 4, 2007.

  1. Vulture

    Vulture New Member

    Does anyone shot Quick Spin vanes? Which do you prefer the 2", 3.125" or 4". I was thinking about changing my vanes off of my Beeman 600. My arrows are 21" in length with bacon skinner broad heads.
  2. ratkinson

    ratkinson New Member

    Normally I would ask if you want speed or stability in flight. I haven't shot quick spins but I imagine the same theory applies. I always make sure my bows are fine tuned. I shoot four inchers on the Colorado, and two inchers on my Deviator.....love em both. I would suggest doing a few in each of your options....see which one floats your boat and then fletching up a full set with the ones you like best. If you have a decent archery shop they might even fletch up a few practice arrows for you to try. I can't even decide on the aluminum vs. carbon issue. I love the carbons, but, my lincoln log aluminums do a number on the deer. Well I suppose that was not very helpfull. :angry:

  3. Bullseye017

    Bullseye017 New Member

    I have shot them, but I think they are just something to charge you more for. I didnt notice much of a difference at all. What I recently bought was turbo nocks which require no fletching at all. They are very accurate, but it is very important that you get ones that fit your arrows right. I shoot them w/ a whiskerbuiscuit, Mathews Switchback XT and Easton Axis arrows. Another new thing is the Starrflight FOB that has the same idea as the turbonock but you need a drop away rest to use it. I wouldn't buy quickspin veins because I didnt notice any difference in them from regular ones
  4. bnorth

    bnorth New Member

    I shoot the 2" quickspins, the smaller surface area doesn't cause quite as much resistence in the air so i don't lose much velocity. I really see no advantage for them at shots inside of 25-30 yards, but outside of that they really seem to do a better job of stabalizing my arrow, especially with a small mechanical broadhead. That's my theory anyway. I like them.