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Does anyone touch up the cutting edge on their brand new broadheads straight out of the package? I do not and was wondering what the general thought process is. A quality blade should be at its peak right out of the package correct?
I'm shooting NAP spitfire double cross.
 

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We all wish they would come sharp as a razor but in reality that does not happen a lot. I always touch up my blades before hunting with them. It is easy and fast to do with a broadhead sharpener.
That looks like a good tool. Thanks for your input.


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I shoot mech heads and generally the razor blades are already sharp. BUT....I check them and if they need it I will touch them up. Cheap heads might need it but usually the better heads come sharp enough. After shooting a deer I have been able to re-sharpen the blades and still hunt with the same head without replacing the blades. Most of the time not though.
 

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If they dont shave hair I touch them up.
I also resharpen blades that have been through deer and use them again if theyre not knicked up to bad.
I have one head that has been through 4 deer and it will hopefully be going through another this fall.
These are Slick Trick mags 125 grain
 
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