G5 Outdoors Montec Diamond Stone Broadhead Sharpener
Montec Diamond Stone
I've had this stone for several years now, and it is a must if you're shooting Montec fixed blades. A couple things I might advise, watch how much pressure you use when using the stone. When using the 1200 fine side, use pretty light pressure. I push 3 times before rotating to the next side. Once you're finished honing, use a piece of leather to further hone the edge. Pull backwards when using the leather. I have the Montec sharpener with the leather on one side, but also use a smooth piece of leather I cut off the side of an old boot. As far as I'm concerned, the leather makes the difference. I also have a Cold Steel knife that I can get razor, shaving sharp in just a few strokes.
November 20, 2011
Worth The Money
If you shoot the G5's, or I would assume any other sharpenable 3 blade, this diamond stone is the trick. It quickly gets the G5's back to a wicked razor sharp finish. I've killed multiple deer with the same broadhead by using this stone. Beats purchasing new broadheads when you can simply resharpen them.
September 8, 2009
The Best Stone I Ever Bought
I keep razor edges on all my blades. And I have always enjoyed sharpening my knives and broadheads. This stone takes all the "work" out of sharpening something. I bought some broadheads that were not that sharp out of the pack. Which I don't mind because as I said, I enjoy sharpening blades. In just a few passes my broadheads were razor sharp. And my broadheads are one piece three blades wich are notorious for not being able to acheive a razors edge. Not with this stone. I highly recommend it.
February 17, 2009
not the quality I expected...overpriced
The 600 grit side does a good job putting a working edge on your broadheads and knives. The 1200 side for getting a razor sharp finish falls way short of getting the job done. I have a drawer full of sharpening stones. This one is the most I have ever paid and felt like it should have been about 1/2 the price for the job it does.
October 25, 2013