Eastman Outfitters Shocker Small Game Point
good tip poor quality
i just shot a squirrel at about 25 yards in the back right between the shoulders and it was a devestating hit, the only bad part is, is that the springs just about fell off. its a great tip that will prevent you from losing your arrow but the spring arms are just not strong enough
December 11, 2008
perfect small game head!!!!!!!!!
I shoot these heads with my 47lb recurve bow,
and they are awsome.
they fly so straight,
and they are killer on the blacktail jackrabbits in nevada!!!
thats the only small game I hunt for,
these heads are effective at about 18 yards,
but thats just do to my bows light poundage,
and the arrows weighing about 325 grains.
I espescially love those spring arms,
but I wouldn't shoot them into light cover that leeds into thicker cover if I were you!!!
but after alot of punishment into the weeds and stumps ect....
the arms will loosen, and will rattle a bit during your shot,
all in all these heads are perfect!
November 27, 2006
Worth the money
I use these for squirrels in my corn patch. They bounce off trees and will not penetrate grass on level shots. I've got over a dozen bushy tails in my collection.
I use an inexpensive arrow with these, and shoot the switchback XT at 70lbs, accurate at 20 yards but seem to drop more than a 100gr field tip past that range.
June 22, 2007
Shouldve Stuck with the Judo
These heads are nothing like the Zwickey Judo. ive shot Judos at stumps and small game for years. I wanted more of them, and took a gamble on these heads. Theyre garbage. within a half dozen the entire wire ring is ripped off. ive only broken ONE Judo, which was shot into a rock. These have only been shot through grass, tree limbs and stumps, which was no issue to Judo. These heads just don't have heavy enough gauge wire to hold up. the reason for two stars instead of one, is that they have a more blunt tip than a judo which keeps them from the occasional stick high up in the trees.
January 4, 2014