I’ve been a bowhunter for more than 45 years. In that time, I have spoken with a lot of fellow hunters. One topic that always seems to come up is the discussion of Broadheads (every hunter has a favorite)
We all know the best broadhead is one that is razor sharp. We owe that level of lethality to the game we hunt. Just because a broadhead has become dull due to practice or from being passed through a game animal does not mean that blade should be discarded. It’s just dull, it can be restored with ease.
Perhaps the broadheads you by aren’t as sharp as you would like, right out of the package. These are some of the reasons why I created the “Stay Sharp” Broadhead Sharpening Guide. If you can roll a toy car on a counter top, you have all the skills required to achieve razor sharp broadheads.
Always enter the woods with the sharpest and most lethal broadheads possible. With the “Stay Sharp” Broadhead Sharpening Guide, you won’t have to wonder if your blades are sharp enough to do the job.