Tight Point Shuttle T-Lock Fixed-Blade Broadheads
I have been using these for several years now and they always perform flawlessly!! I have killed elk, mule deer , and blacktail deer. Every one in my hunting party is now using the shuttle T.
December 20, 2012
Shuttle T-Lock Fixed-Blade Broadhead Review
The Shuttle T-Lock flew incredibly accurate as compared to my field points. It has great cutting capability. It had great penetration demonstrated in my pumpkin test (see video). I'm looking forward to using this in the field this fall.
October 1, 2013
first deer ever...harvested with a shuttle T-lock
I shot and killed my first deer ever with a bow, using the shuttle T-lock. The doe was running accross a field and finally stopped at 45 yards from me. I mistakenly thought she was at 40 yards and I used my 40 yards pin. The arrow hit 3 inches below the heart (where I was aiming). I got a complete pass thru at 45 yards. The arrow entered right behind the leg and came out thru the opposite front leg, going thru bones and muscles.
I found my arrow stuck in the mud 10 yards behing where the doe was standing when i shot her. (for ref, I shoot a 2006 Diamond rapture set at 65 pounds; with a loaded string the bow shoots around 269 fps).
Although it is only a 1-1/8 inches diameter broadhead, the entry and exit holes were pretty big.
Although I was a little low (due to my bad evaluation of the shooting distance) the arrow was dead on, not too far right or left, which make me say that it is as accurate as a field point, even at 45 yards.
However, the blood trail was not so good, at least for the first 50 yards, probably due to my so-so shot.
The doe ran about 80 yards where she died after leaving the ground around her covered in blood.
I give this product 4 stars instead of 5 because I felt like the blades were not super sharp right out of the box.
If you buy these broadheads, make sure they're real sharp before taking them to the field.
November 25, 2008
accuracy, precision, and power!
i got these 2 weeks ago and the first time i shot then i destroyed one of my arrows, and a few vanes. field point accuracy at its best! these heads came about as sharp as you can get for me. and the guy that said these dont go through bone... idk. i had to test this. i shot a hog at 20 yards square in the shoulder and it went through the first shoulder completely and went all the way to the other one. the hog dropped right there! but dont do a lot of hog hunting with these. it makes the blades basically useless. but thats why they make replacements! by these heads they will get the job done.
September 13, 2010