Steel Force Sabertooth HP Fixed-Blade Broadheads
I had the opportunity to use the 125gr version on a recent trip to Zimbabwe for plains game.
I can't say enough good things about it's performance. Paired w/ acc 360 shafts it proved to be a deadly combo. Harvested a 52" kudu, 2 warthogs,2 wildebeest, an impala and a jackal, none of which went over 80 yds. The shots ranged from 17 to 35 yds and the arrow flew true. I have also used this same setup on whitetail in South Texas with similar results, last season taking a 140 class 9pt at 26 yds with a full pass thru. If set up and tuned to your bow correctly these are a devastating broadhead on a wide variety of game.
August 27, 2007
thanks steel force
I GIVE THIS BROAD HEAD A 5 STAR RATING BECAUSE IT PREFORMED FOR ME IN A WAY THAT NO OTHER BROAD HEAD EVER DID THANKS. PETE2269
July 24, 2006
May the force be with you.
I have harvested four deer with these broadheads. I used one broadhead to harvest two deer without resharpening. I have not experienced any erratic arrow flight using carbon shafts with proper broadhead alignment. Compared with other broadheads I have used, these are by far among the best of the best. My preference is for the 100 grain as these pair up nicely with my shaft size.
October 17, 2006
junk junk junk
I shot these broadheads for 1/2 a season in Illinois. I shoot a Darton cam and a half with 2213 aluminums. The first deer I lost was a huge probablly 150 class 8pt. Shot him at 15yrds broadside, no pass through and hardlly any blood. Shot a doe at 10yrds, perfect quartering away right behind her shoulder, this time pass through shot. Waited an hr before looking for her. Lots of blood for about 100yrds then nothing never found her. Then I missed 3 deer in the same morning a week later after the corn was picked, They fly squirely at anything past 25yrds. Don't waist your moeny.
August 21, 2007