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    Has anyone tried these?

    Arrow fob? instead of vanes.
    Looks interesting
    http://www.starrflight.com/index.php

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    never tried them, or even know any one that has!

    but I would think they could work, but be more rest sensitive, don't see them liking a WB rest at all!

    and to me, a feather type to me seem more forgiving on, or if contact was made, like a small twig or?? mid flight!
    not that any contact is good
    just saying! could be a bigger impact !

    but would be cool to try , I would think!

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    fobs

    I use them and love them..
    I only use them during hunting season though..
    Great for broadheads,, not very practical for target shooting...
    They steer a fixed broadhead a million times better than vanes

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbb View Post
    never tried them, or even know any one that has!

    but I would think they could work, but be more rest sensitive, don't see them liking a WB rest at all!

    and to me, a feather type to me seem more forgiving on, or if contact was made, like a small twig or?? mid flight!
    not that any contact is good
    just saying! could be a bigger impact !

    but would be cool to try , I would think!
    Yea,, common sense rules the day when thinking of fobs with a Whisker Biscuit rest...
    They state clearly on their website that fobs will not work with a whisker biscuit.
    I guess they figure if you are looking to take it to the next level, that you have already abandoned the WB..

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    didn't look on the web sight, and yup on the common sense on, just saying lots offolks use a WB, and cost would get hoigher having to switch

    I also would wonder how many of them get knocked off on shooting tight groups??

    but again, say they would be fun to try! not bashing them at all, just saying what I think about them, based on what I see!

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