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It's sad to say but it's been a VERY long time since I've shot a deer with my bow (10+ years), too busy chasing my son around a football field (BUT worth it).

I have not done anything with my broadheads in all that time they just sit in my quiver waiting for the opportunity.

Do they need to be sharpened or are they just fine?

Thanks for any info.

Duves
 

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I would check them out and maybe touch them up a bit as others have suggested.

Welcome back to Bowhunting and I hope your son and you can enjoy the woods now!
 

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The broadheads i'm talking abour are Thunderhead 100 grain.

I've been able to hunt over the past years sort of but it's been like 3 to 4 times a year.

My son has bow hunted also over the past 5 years now but he's in the same boat as me, just a couple times a year. He enjoys it a bunch but of course wishes he could spend more time up in a pine tree. Like he says there's nothing like the smell of fresh fall air to make you sleep at night!!!!
 
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