The "scary sharp” single bevel broadhead sharpener!
Looking for the fastest and easiest way to get your single bevel broadheads sharp? Then try the new single bevel Broadhead Pro sharpener from Alaska Bowhunting Supply.
We designed it specifically for our new GrizzlyStik line of single bevel broadheads but our testing shows it works perfectly on any single bevel broadhead with a 25 degree edge bevel. The single bevel Broadhead Pro has the same rugged construction as our long selling double bevel Broadhead Pro but this one sharpens single bevel broadheads to a razor sharp edge. With its separate sharpening slots, you can sharpen either left or right bevel broadheads. It doesn't matter if your single bevel broadheads are concave, convex or straight, the single bevel Broadhead Pro does them all.
The Broadhead Pro is designed to take the guesswork out of sharpening and ensure the same sharp edge every time you use it.
Simply place the Broadhead Pro flat side down on any firm surface and draw the broadhead through it. Because the microcarbon carbide sharpening blades (92.6 grade) are harder than any broadhead steel, they will literally "shave" steel off the broadhead until a perfect lethal edge is established..
The broadhead ferrule doesn’t get in the way, like it does with flat files, so you’ll always maintain that perfect angle, whether sharpening for the first time or putting an edge back on.
The Broadhead Pro features a hardened ceramic honing surface chemically bonded to its anodized aluminum handle (C65 on the Rockwell Hardness Scale).
Use it like a whetstone - - it won’t wear off. The rounded edges of the body will sharpen serrated blades. And check out the bottom edge - there’s a V-groove for sharpening fishing hooks.
The Broadhead Pro comes with a Lifetime Warranty*.
• Use only light downward pressure, excessive force can cause chattering and chip cutter blades.
• Pull towards yourself when sharpening. Never push away.
• If a broadhead resists being sharpened, use more strokes, not more pressure.
EasyEd’s note: When doing bowhunting trade shows, such as the Eastern Traditional Bowhunters Rendezvous in PA, I often demonstrate how easy it is to get a “scary” edge on a blade. Most people are skeptical at first until they see me sharpen everything from a Howard Hill to a Wensel Woodsman. However, the clincher is my demonstration of sharpening a butter knife to a razor edge. If a Butter Knife can be sharpened to shave hair off my forearm imagine how easy it is to get a broadhead sharp.
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