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I do use a G5 ASD. I've made a habit of squaring both ends of the shaft, then swapping the cutter and squaring the face of the aluminum insert after installing it. I rarely have problems with broadhead alignment after that. With super-skinny shafts, you really can't get much offset. This isn't a problem for target shafts that only need .5º offset, but for hunting arrows you are much better off with a helical clamp that wraps the vane around the shaft. Of course, you then need a fall away rest since any shoot through rest will have fletch contact.
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