Tight Point Shuttle T-Lock Fixed-Blade Broadheads
The last 3 deer I have 3 shot with this broad head with a low poundage bow, 1 went down in sight and the other 2 I heard go down. Fly the same as my field points as well.
September 14, 2014
Took my daughter for her 1st bow hunt. She is only drawing 38 lbs. Wanted a fixed broadhead for her to shoot because I was worried about her low poundage and having an expandable opening. So on the way to the hunt all I had was expandables and I asked my buddy Mark to leave a fixed broadhead on the tailgate of his truck for us to use before entering in the woods. He uses this broadhead alot and says they fly straight. Put the broadhead on and we climbed our buddy stand. A nice doe gave us a 20 yard broadside shot. She arrowed the deer it went 50 yards and piled up!
November 13, 2013
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
Pretty good head
The shuttle-T does fly very well and is just about indestructable. The very sharp angle of the blades make huge holes but make them near impossible to resharpen. Blades are very sharp out of box but do not hold an edge well at all. After one or two shots in a target just to make sure it's going to fly good the real sharp edge is gone never to return. Extra blades are expensive and hard to find. Don't get me wrong they are very good heads I just cant spend that much $ on a one time use head, cuz after shooting thru an animal you couldn't drive them in a stick of butter with a sledge hammer!!
September 14, 2013