Tight Point Shuttle T-Lock Fixed-Blade Broadheads
Most broadheads out there claim to fly like field points, but the vast majority do not, especially on modern, high speed compound bows. The aerodynamics produced by the shape of the shuttle T broadheads are wonderful, and are the best flying broadheads out there for most compound bows. No other broadhead that I have tried produces the same field point accuracy as the shuttle T. Furthermore, it does a wonderful job on big game and penetrates with the best of them.
August 19, 2012
Don't fly like a field point
I really wanted to like these broadheads, and the reviews were very good, however I didn’t have any luck with them. I shoot a PSE Bow Madness at 69lbs (about 305 fps). I went to sight these in, and they were not even close. At 20 yards, they were high and right, at 40 I missed the target completely (about 8 inches high). I was not able to get any consistent groups beyond 15 yards. There are many reviews here that say they fly like field points, however that was not my experience at all. They were all over the place, and dulled very quickly. I cannot recommend these…
September 28, 2011
I started shooting Shuttle T heads around 6 years ago, and have no intentions of changing. These other reviewers that say they don't do well with bone must be shooting a child's starter bow! I have shot numerous deer & hogs with these points where they blew through rib bones on both sides and still have complete pass-thru. Killed my biggest wild hog ever using these heads this past spring, a 350 lb. boar, and he only ran 50-60 yards after the shot. These things will open up a hog like a can opener, so as you can imagine, they easily cut through a deer's thin skin. They also shoot exactly like field tips from a properly tuned bow and have extremely sharp blades. As with all other small-diameter fixed heads, you can't make bad shots and expect to recover your game. Shot placement is STILL the key.
September 21, 2011
Only broadheads I'll use
After losing my first archery deer I've ever shot using another name brand broadhead, I figured I needed a change. I made a good shot in the ribs behind the shoulder but didn't get a pass through from 20 yards. No blood trail, and only a broken back end of the arrow where it crashed. After doing a lot of research I decided to try the Shuttle T's and boy am I glad I did.
The next archery deer I shot dropped withing sight of my stand less than 20 yards from where I shot it. Hit ribs square on entry and exit and the arrow was found about 2/3 stuck in the ground behind the deer. Stays sharp and leaves devastating entry and exit wounds.
August 17, 2011