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    Silent Knight Vanes

    https://silentknightvanes.com/




    Anybody have any comments about these?

    I haven't used them or even dug too deep to learn.


    Not sure that these are a better mousetrap, though.

    What say ye?

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    Of all the things that create noise when I shoot a bow I don't think the arrow vanes even register.
    Don't go ninja-in' nobody don't need ninja-in'.
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    This is mostly true.


    Have you ever heard a broadhead whistle?

    I have.

    There are degrees of noise with vanes, but I've never considered plastic vs. plastic to be a worthwhile debate.

    It's more about the shape and pliabliity with these babies ...




    Change my mind ...

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    I don't know about that, but I whistled at a few broads in my younger days.
    Don't go ninja-in' nobody don't need ninja-in'.
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    Was her name Dixie?
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    Dixie is a girl who whistles back at you, or the best dog you'll ever have ...


    I highly recommend both experiences, if you can be so lucky.







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    In the meantime, I'd try some of these Stllle Nacht vanes if they came in lime, chartreuse, flo green, hot pink/flo pink and purple.


    Carolina Blue or (much better) Carolina Garnet would be an acceptable substitute for purple, I suppose, if the Prince technology is too hard.

    Go Vikes! ---- LOL



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    Quote Originally Posted by Swamp Fox View Post
    In the meantime, I'd try some of these Stllle Nacht vanes
    Those are probably better than the Kristallnacht vanes.

    What...too soon?
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