Tooth of the Arrow | 600 Grit Broadhead Sharpener

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Tooth of the Arrow | 600 Grit Broadhead Sharpener

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Tooth of the Arrow | 600 Grit Broadhead Sharpener

Our broadhead sharpener is specifically designed for the blade angle of Tooth of the Arrow 4-blade broadheads.
Our broadhead sharpening jig works with both 1-inch and 1-3/16-inch diameter Tooth of the Arrow 4-blade broadheads. The single-bevel requires a flat stone sharpener.
Our Sharpeners are comprised of a plastic injected base with two 6-inch offset, 600 grit stones. 
We recommend using the 320 grit sharpener first. Only use the 600 grit sharpener to apply an edge above and beyond factory sharpness.

The tooth of the Arrow broadhead sharpening jig is recommended to be used with honing oil.  

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Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Jimmy Parker
600 grit sharpen

I highly recommend this product it works like a charm and very easy to use thanks tooth of the arrow for great product

Keaton Flanagan
600 grit sharpener

Great product. Definitely produces a finer edge once I'm done with the standard sharpener, which one would expect. I'm very happy with this purchase.

Mark Corey
Perfect sharpener!!

Sharpens the broadheads with ease!!! Takes all the guess work out of the angle needed!!!

Benjamin Wallis
Easy to use

Was able to Sharpen up a head in less than 5 minutes. It's nice to have a sharpening tool made by the same people who make the broadhead.

Stephen Sisto
Insane accuracy

After watching a few videos, I decided to pull the plug on these broadheads. I took my first test shot at 30 with the field point and sent the TOTA down at the same spot. Wrong move. Ruined my arrow but was touching at 30!

Decided to throw one down to 40 and she was inside an inch. Screwed on a few more and it’s lights out. Can’t wait to see how they perform in the woods.