So I believe I have a pretty good combo for cape buff. 953 grain (overall arrow weight) momentum grizzlystiks and Alaskan 315 single bev broadheads. Do I have to try to align them with the vanes? Or is a right wing vane with a right bevel bh enough and i can just snug them up and not worry about any particular alignment ? thanks in advance
Must be fun and exciting prepping for a hunt like this!
I suspect the evidence to support that theory would be very difficult to detect.
IMO, it would be similar to waxing your F-350 before starting your cross-country drive to your hunting area in order to save fuel. In theory that should also help, but in practical terms, ....not so's you'd notice.
The frontal area of the beveled portion of the BH in flight will be a fraction of a square inch. The frontal area of the fletching on the other end will be somewhere in the neighborhood of six square inches.
The benefit of the rotation of the arrow in flight will barely be affected by the matching of the addition or subtraction of the relatively miniscule effect provided by the BH bevels.
The primary importance of the bevels on the BH are after impact, at which point they will be travelling through tissue and fluids and will have much greater rotational influence, and the fletching will have none until it too is travelling through the body at which time the BH will have likely already left the other side. Any pre-impact rotation from fletching and beveling should be overcome very quickly after impact.
But, what the heck, it it makes you more confident in the final outcome, it can't hurt to match the direction. Good Luck on the hunt.
BTW, right helical tightens screw on heads, left unscrews them.