SOLID SHARPENING INSTRUCTIONS

THE SHARPEST BROADHEADS IN THE WORLD STILL NEED SHARPENING FROM TIME TO TIME

Even though edge retention on your Solid Broadhead is exceptional it is still easy
to sharpen.

The fastest, easiest and best way to do this is with a leather strop, assuming your broadhead hasn't hit a rock or the like.

When the edge on your Solid Broadhead becomes less than shaving sharp, remove the bleeder blade and slide the main blade across the smooth side of the leather strop 5 or 6 times.

You'll be sharp enough to shave hair in no time.

This process is much easier and cheaper than having to deal with replacement blades that go dull after only a few shots into a target.

For severely damaged blade edges, you can use any jig sharpener (Lansky or KME) with the angle set to 20 degrees and easily get the edge back.