Saunders Bludgeon Small Game Head
I live in Northern Nj where we have a major Black bear population! You cant kill these bears or even wound them with out major cosequences. So when they are terrorizing my dog and constantly knocking over the trash cans, i reach for my crossbow (330fps) and an arrow outfitted with these little beauts! Once hit in the but with one of these, the bear feels like it was stung by a huge hornet, jumps up and high tails it out of there. Many times the bear sees this as a bad area and wont return! i love these bludgeon tips. They are indestructable and fly like a field tip! I haved used these tips for 4 years now.
September 8, 2011
Not Sure Yet...
I bought these tips a week ago and have shot them a few times now. They fly great. Just like field points. I took a few shots at some cowbirds on the ground by my bird feeder and nailed one on the first shot. The bird moved around a lil bit then just sat there. As I was making my way up to it to get my arrow it started hopping off so I picked up my arrow and looked up and the bird was gone??? Probably just a bad placed shot so I'm still giving the tips a 4 out of 5.
Oh and it nailed the tree and tree roots a few times with no damage to my arrow or tip!!!
January 12, 2011
I was really looking forward to taking a few squirrels with these tips. They were supposed to kill the animals without putting any holes in the hides or damaging the meat. I can honestly say they didn't damage the hide or the meat. What they didn't do is damage any of the squirrels I shot with them. I shot one cleany in the head at 15 yards with my Excalibur Crossbow! It may have gotten a headache but I doubt it. EVERY other tip I've tried works better than these even if they do put holes in the squirrels.
January 3, 2009
not so good
bought these to slay some rabbits. i will admit to only target shooting these a few times and only taking one shot at rabbit (i just got these a few days ago).
the target shooting prooved straight and true.
the rabbit shooting prooved straight and true. there was a loud THWACK when i hit it from 20yds out. it was a square hit in the kill zone. the rabbit flopped over and looked like he was toast. when i got up to him he hopped up and took off running never to be found again.
not happy so far.
August 20, 2010