shuttle t-locks, need some advice PLEASE!!

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  • February 9, 2014 at 7:23 am #618790 Back to Top REPORT
    Steven Schwartz

    Joined: 1/15/2014
    Hey guys, I need a lil advice, im shooting Easton axis 340 arrows with 2″ blazer veins, I shoot rage broad heads so they group the same as field points. im looking at getting some trophy taker shuttle t-locks as a second choice as its a fixed blade and a small diameter which leads me to think they will be accurate, iv heard the shuttle t-locks group the same  as rages with the blazer veins, I just wanted to know if anyone knows if I will get the same results “grouping” wise without changing my veins.
    February 9, 2014 at 3:45 pm #618866 Back to Top REPORT

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    Generally speaking, the shuttle t-locs do fly well, however, bow tune and shooter form play a much bigger role in fixed blade flight than Broadhead design. That said , Broadhead design can make some more forgiving than others. Blades that are short and a bit steeper are generally more forgiving than long, shallow angle blades.
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