G5® Outdoors Montec Diamond Stone Broadhead Sharpener
Premium grade diamond stone surface is easy to use and hones broadheads quickly to a razor-sharp edge. Includes both a fine and rough side for versatility. Comes with a handy nylon carrying case. 2" x 4".
Rated 4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by christoffer Knife and broadhead sharpender This G5 sharpender works alrigt on your G5 broadheads, it makes them sharp again, i was more surpriced on how well it worked on my hunting knife, after skinning my doe the other day i resharpened it, and i turnede out even sharper than when i bought the knife. January 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SteamerUSMC 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
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bassfan124 Montec Sharpener This does not put a razor edge on anything. More of a rough sharpen. Do you use oil? I don't know. Maybe I am not using it right? No directions, but I did watch the U-Tube video, and still can't get a blade sharp enough I would hunt with it. I have the fixed blade Montec G5's. September 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by IRISHPETE 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