Anyone out there have experience with the Trophy Taker Shuttle T-Lock broadheads, I bought some 100 grainers the other day for deer and elk?
2012 Bowtech Insanity CPXL
TT Xtreme FC Pro
Custom Black Gold Ascent 4 pin
GT Velocity 300's tipped with 125 Shuttle t's weighing 490 grains!!
Shot these for 4 or 5 years now. Everything I aim them at dies, from Antelope to black bear to moose. They fly great. I found if you tune them to line up the blades with the fletches you'll get a little more accuracy at distance with them. I was holding groups out to 80 with field tips and figured that was plenty far. No complaints from me...
Stupid question maybe...but I bought a pack last night actually...what are you guys using to tighten them without risking slicing your fingers open?
I was also thinking about lining them up with my fletchings as mentioned. Is it best to install them and then glue on your fletchings to line up or is there a better way?
I usually put fletchings on first. If I am using an arrow with a standard insert I set them in with the broadhead in to line up the fletch and blade. If I use an arrow with the HIT insert I use the tool Easton provides and then use the G5 ASD tool to take off a little carbon at a time till the blades line up.