As many of you know I don’t shoot 3 blade broadheads so I cant offer much help on sharpening them. But, Steve Angell of Simply Traditional does! Here is a great video Steve did on how to sharpen 3 blade heads.
Steve sells broadheads by Magnus, Grizzly, Ace, and Snuffers at prices that cant be beat! He also sells his amazing hand made strops like you see in the video for 25 bucks! simplytraditional.net. or click on his link in the friends tab! Steve also sells other great hunting products in his online store!
This video is from my first night out on the water in 2016. I shot the whole video with the Geekpro 4.0. First part is on my pole mount I made and last few minutes is on a headband strap. Sorry for the audio being removed by youtube. Apparently copyright kicked in quicker than i figured it would. I will try to fix that next week when I can.
My kids made a stand for our new bag target today. All I did was tell them the measurements needed and they did all the cuts and building it. The cost was under 10 bucks and if I was the one building it (or any adult with normal skills) it would of only taken about 15 minutes to make. It took my 12 and 13 year old about an hour including painting it. Build list will be under the pics in this article. The “H” shaped wood on the cross beam is to hold the target from swinging. It was an after thought as i didnt like how the bag would swing when we pushed it. This tension on the bottom of the bag from the “H” shaped piece holds the bag perfectly still.
To make this (again it was under 10 bucks) here is what you need.
(3) 2x4x8, (1) 2x3x8 could also use another 2x4x8 but i had a 2×3 laying around, 2 eye bolts, 2 s hooks, some 3″ screws or nails.
upright boards are 48″, top cross bar and foot boards are all 30″. Then use the remaining pieces of wood to make angle supports and lower cross bar. Done! Sweet easy and fast. Its rock solid and works great. Cant believe I didn’t make one of these sooner!