How are you resharpening your broadheads?
10/7/15 @ 12:54 PM
10/15/15 @ 1:49 PM
Thanks for the info. HFC68. I don't spend any time sharpening anything. I usually don't read much so I am not sharpening my mind. I take my chain saw chain to Ace hardware so they can do it. Yes, I know they don't do it in house and I am simply paying the middle man. When my branch trimmer gets too dull, it usually is a rusty mess so I pitch it and buy a new one. Archery tips, no patience to sit and sharpen. Plus I use 1 or 2 tips annually so still doesn't make sense to me. I don't shoot does (generally) and I only shoot one buck if one of my targets show up (or the poor smaller buck that shows up the morning after I missed my target the night before like last year). Oh yeah, I only shoot out to about 20 yards so once I shoot, I rarely miss, now. Lastly, I have a memory box that we put on my sons's wall. It has 9 squares, one for each year. If I get a nice buck, the broadhead or Rage goes in the box, along with stuff like the a pheasant feather, empty 12 gauge shell, empty 3060 shell, shard of aluminum can we blew the S*&T out of, bird shot bbs, picture, I think you get it. That leaves about 1 blade per year I would sharpen. The memory box is awesome. On year 3.
10/13/15 @ 9:05 PM
10/13/15 @ 2:43 PM
I am very intrigued by this wondrous new product, and can't wait to order. I am getting 1 for myself and every other bow hunter I know. I wonder if they have one for sharpening heads specific to crossbows?
It's really nice of new user hfc to help us all, and out of the goodness of his heart.
But who is Ron Klueless? I only know one guy named Ron, and he is a master baiter.
10/13/15 @ 1:02 PM
10/13/15 @ 11:55 AM
10/11/15 @ 7:48 PM
You do not need an overpriced, cheaply made, money grab gadget like the StayShartGuide to sharpen a broadhead. A set of replacement blades is a minimal cost if you have just harvested a deer. If your head is dull from missing you would be better served spending your time practicing. Like sharpening a knife on a flat stone, with a little patience and practice it is pretty easy to do. JMO
10/9/15 @ 4:10 PM
10/9/15 @ 2:51 PM
10/9/15 @ 1:47 PM