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I know that cgchris99 just posted a similar thread, but he did not get too much help. I want to know what you pros use to sharpen blades on broadheads and how do you know when they are really sharp enough. I normally just buy new blades, but from one season to the next I am not sure if the blades on the heads are still as sharp as they should be. They rustle around some in my bow box for 8 months. Thanks.
 

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I bought the Razor Sharp Systems and a cheap bench grinder to sharpen my knives, Steelforce broadheads and Muzzy replaceable blades. A ******* file will work with a little practice and patience. When using a wheel or file, a wire burr will develop on the oposite side of the blade. Polishing the burr off will create the razor sharp edge. Cutting a piece of paper without tearing is an indicator as well as shaving the hair off your the back of your hand or arm. Feel the edge of a dull blade and a sharp one and you will have no doubt on how sharp they are. Good luck.
 
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