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  1. #26

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    Currently i'm using a (G5 Montec) fixed-blade broadhead. I love this broadhead, but it makes a lot of noise in-flight. I'm thinking about making a switch, but thought I would ask around before I part with my cash.

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    I went on a Bear hunt years back in Canada and the guide told us no mechanical broad heads , so I have been sending the Shuttle t lock for years ! 125 grain

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    Can't speak for Elk and broadheads but I have put Ramcats through some wild hogs and lots of whitetails. Just be aware that they are 1 3/8" and may not fit your current quiver. I had to change quivers when I started shooting them about 10 years ago.

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    125gr Shuttle T
    I Hunt Coues

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    Not to hi jack the thread but have any of you Shuttle T guys noticed the quality of the broadheads going down hill. Years ago I bought a dozen of them and have used them since. Last year I was running low so I bought a new pack they were black instead of stainless steel like the old ones. First deer I shot with the new heads bent the head so bad I couldn't get new blades in. Just seems with a side by side comparison the old heads are built better.

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    Shuttle T's, they put my first bull down nicely and seem to fly like field points. But recently at the Straight 6 shop I was told that they were no longer carrying them due to quality issues (as WildlWilll mentions above). Any other quality experiences?

    They recommended Tooth of the Arrow as a similar flying arrow. Haven't sent them downrange yet, as I've still got a few Shuttle T's that are good.

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    So in response to both above shuttle t questions, I believe the company was sold to another and the production quality did go downhill. I use to shoot them religiously and killed a lot of game with the old style head but the new one seems to be much flimsier/thinner blade I had one last year basically blow up on the inside of an elk. He stuck around long enough and I shot him again and killed him but I won't shoot the new heads now.

  8. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kneetopia View Post
    They recommended Tooth of the Arrow as a similar flying arrow. Haven't sent them downrange yet, as I've still got a few Shuttle T's that are good.

    Awesome flying head for sure! I carry those and also a rage Hypodermic in case a situation arises that I want to use a mechanical. The Tooth of the Arrow heads are super durable, dang near indestructible.

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    I'm a pragmatic kind of guy. Once I find something that works well, I tend to stick with it. Ruger, Nosler, Chartreuse Rooster Tail jugs, 721 Whiskey.......and 100 gr Thunderheads.
    "Talent, hits a target, no one else can hit... Genius, hits a target, no one else can see."

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    NAP Exodus 125gr

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    Muzzy 100 grain 3-blades

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    And the best part about Muzzy 3 blade? Walmart. How great is that?

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