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I bought some Muzzy broadheads when I first purchased my bow 3 years ago. They have never been shot at a deer or target. I was w

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with Beekeeper answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • shane mcelroy
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    i would use them but if you second guess them just but new replacement blades

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  • Big C
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    They should be fine to use.

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  • Big O
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    They should still be shaving sharp, but if your worried they do sell rep. blades fairly cheap heads are fine.

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  • hengst
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    Use them for practice, small game or coyote no need to toss them or like everyone else said use the replacement blades. I save mine for practice if they have been used no need to do this just a little quirk i guess. Just want the tip as sharp/pointy as possible. I wouldn't sharpen replaceable broadheads and try to use them on big game but to each his own.

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  • 870 wingmaster 101
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    If they are dull sharpen every blade the same amount(swipes on sharping block)to keep accuracy. What ever you do don't throw the away!

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  • steve182
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    Use'm.

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  • buckhunter
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    I'm guessing you are wanting to shoot broadheads that have fixed blades that you CAN sharpen after they are used and not have to buy new blades when they need them.

    In that case get rid of them or use them as groundhog or squirrel heads and buy a good Stinger or Bear broadhead.

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    They make replacement blades!

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  • Beekeeper
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    Should still be sharp.

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  • Walt Smith
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    Trying to sharpen a razorblade thats never been used is kinda like shooting yourself in the foot. I use muzzys right out of the box to right through the animal and I've never had any issue with them being dull.If they're new and you try to sharpen them you're proably just make them dull. Use the practice head they include for practice, switch over to the razors for hunting, replace the blades when you blow a arrow through a deer. It doesn't get any better than a Muzzy.

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  • wallofsam
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    They should still be sharp. But if you don't want to spend on replacement blades, Cabelas or Bass Pro sells blade sharpeners.

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  • BuckTheSystem
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    My first question would be why. If they have never been shot they should be fine, they won't just dull from sitting in the package.

    Aren't Muzzy blades replaceable? Which would mean you could save a little money by just replacing the blades and not all new broadheads.

    But it is possible to sharpen broadheads. That usually works better with the solid type of broadheads that the replaceable blade type. Check out this link
    http://www.3riversarchery.com/Broadheads+Points+Broadhead+Sharpening_c57_s23_p0_ cat.html

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  • I bought some Muzzy broadheads when I first purchased my bow 3 years ago. They have never been shot at a deer or target. I was w

    I bought some Muzzy broadheads when I first purchased my bow 3 years ago. They have never been shot at a deer or target. I was wondering if there is a way I can sharpen them or should I just get rid of them?

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