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DawgDoc
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Are Marco vanes still being produced or is the company that makes them no longer in business?
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M60gunner
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I did a search. The retailers I used to get them from do not have them. I found a company that has some but I wonder with all the sizes, colors not available if it is NOS stuff left over?
I used them by the hundreds years ago. I discarded what I had left not to long ago because they dried up a fell apart to the touch. Many fond memories from when we (our family) shot those vanes.

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JamesV
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Marco vanes were my "go to" back in the day. I shoot feathers now with my traditional equipment.

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dragonheart
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I think they are out of business. I have some 4" white if you are interested PM me.

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Dan Jones
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Google Mullen Archery Sales in Oakwood, Ohio and you'll find a number of apparently current listings, including several on Faceboook. I believe MARCO is a trade name for several of their products.
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BowDiddle
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It's Mullen Sales.

They aren't out of business. Just doing their business on the big auction site now.

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Recently bought some on **** and remember to acetone the base or they will not stick. Worse for having release agent of any vane I have ever used but they are soft. Take care

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M60gunner
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Sammo, I won't ask how you know to wipe down the vanes. Probably the same way I know! Still do it these days with the NAP and AAE vanes I use on my son's arrows.
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