You can’t really have a set weight each vane will vary a bit.
The arrows I’m using will be executioner I started in the original thread trying to show if vane choice really matters. The broadheads that were sent are of extremely varied size and shapes.
I’m going to pick the five out of the ten that are the most different.
I have not in a hunting or a practice situation ever shot or tested fixed blades.
But they look to be a good test to see if vanes really matter
We’re my farm was in Kentucky and the fact that I hunted mostly fairly thick woods and cover the shots I took were 20-40 yards. Also I only use a red dot on all my Scorpyds so 40 is the max I feel comfortable shooting. My bows are all set up and zeroed at 30 yards. So that’s were I will shoot three shots with each broad head with each vane configuration.
It will at least show how these fairly radical heads will group if they even do with the three different vanes. The vane tec and the Tac are offset 1.5 and the aero vane straight fletched.
I hope this clears things up and did not mean to jump around but just wanted some input on what others want to see. Thanks for your very valuable thoughts you made some good points.
Here is a picture of the three arrows I will be using.
I made all executioner’s, 22 inches long, used a 110 grain insert.
Three of the broadheads grouped together on the same side weigh 125 grains the other two are 100.
I have to be honest I dont really know what to expect from these heads.