+1 on the great head. I have taken 8 deer with them. 1 bedded never made it back to it's feet. 6 of them never got out of my sight. The other 2 were close enough I could hear them drop.
You can sharpen them with a good hard stone. Just like a knife. Just make sure you do not slip. I don't want to start calling anyone stubby.
Its a good head. The bleeder blades can pop out of you hit something hard. I don't think it is the most durable COC head but it is sharp and flies very well.
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