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03-11-2009, 11:52 PM
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Wooden tapered blades are harder to find than standard ones but you can get them, Easton makes some and I think Sherwood does as well. I've always used two piece sticks and they hold up to shooting fine, the blades don't break any easier than a regular blade on a stick would.

The choice between tapered and standard really comes down to personal preference, I just bought a tapered shaft (Synergy II) but haven't been able to test it out yet so I can't really comment on it. I think in your case it might be a better idea to go standard if you're going to be swapping between blades and trying out different ones just because standard blades are usually easier to find (also in many cases cheaper).

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