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bruc
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I agree fully with everyone aboyut mechanical broadheads being, maybe, not all that good.
The only exception would apply to someone that has difficulty sharpening.
For me sharpening is almost a pasttime or hobby,almost as important as regular shooting practise. It took years of trial and error, different stones and techniques before I finally got semi-proficient at it.Somedays I still struggle!
My advice if this is the problem, is to use a good reputable broadhead that have replaceable pre-sharpened blades. there are lots out there!
In the mean-time acquire some regular two-blade resharpenable broadheads and start practising.
Either way “you cut it” The broadhead has to be razor sharp to perform !
I know this is not the” traditional way” but for some it may be the best way .
Bruce