I shot a small doe last night just before dark. It was 5 feet from my stand pointed straight away. I aimed and hit just forward of the shoulder blades. The arrow passed thru the deer breaking the neck (got enough bone) and exited the neck a little forward of the briscut. It dropped where I hit it. The arrow stuck in soft peat moss and did not get nicked at all. I still have to clean it off for a closer inspection though. The BH did great, but I now have 6 or 7 of these that I can't get as sharp as they were out of the box. There was a post on here a while back describing a technique to restore these blades. Is there an easy way to get these sharpened? I joke around with folks who want a shaving sharp edge, but I definately would like to at least restore the edge as good as it was when I bought them.
These Montecs have such a solid mass, I can make lethal shots that I'd never attempt with lesser blades, or mechanicals.
I have both G5 tools and either I'm using them wrong or they just don't have the right angle for these heads. If I can't restore them to as-new sharpness, I'll go back 100% to Thunderheads. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks!