Im thinking if i do a pronghorn hunt this year i will be running a t3 on the end of my 340 axis. Iv had very good results with the t3 on whitetail. For mulies on the prarie, and pronghorn, ill take the added benefits of the small head in the wind, and the bigger hole considering i have the power this year.
Shuttle t's for anything bigger, or if im shooting my 60lb bow. Or if i didnt run a 450+g arrow.
Same head that I use for elk, bear, muledeer, whitetails, or anything else I hunt. I shoot the same stuff no matter what I hunt. A good cut on contact head that is sharp enough to make your eyelashes fall off just from looking at it!
I shot mine last year with a Trophy Ridge Meatseeker 3 blade...They worked but I retired them after that hunt, I was less than impressed with the holes they made or how well they held up...Heck I put a stalk on a goat one morning and when I pulled the arrow out of the quiver to nock it 2 of the 3 blades fell out of the broadhead. I won't be pronghorn hunting this year, but if I was going I'd be shooting Shuttle T's.
Looks like a good selection of broad heads. I will be using Magnus Buzzcuts or VPA terminators. I shoot the same head for everything! Pronghorns all thou small, can be tough and go a long ways if not hit right!