KME Broadhead Sharpener

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All KME products are proudly made in the U.S.A.

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KME Self Aligning Broadhead Sharpener Features:

Revolutionary free-Spinning Clamp Assembly:

Automatically Rotates To Perfectly Align the Edge of the Blade With the Surface of the Sharpening Stone Every Time.



The Only Broadhead Sharpener with an Interchangeable Jaw System:

One Set of jaws for sharpening Conventional Two Blade Broadheads, and One Set for sharpening Replacement Blades, Bleeder Blades and Mechanical Blades.



Removable Clamp Assembly:

The Clamp Assembly Snaps In and Out of the Frame. Remove To Clamp or Release a Blade, or to Change the Jaws.



Changing Jaws Is Quick, Easy and Requires No Tools:

Just Snap the Clamp Assembly Out of the frame, Loosen the Clamp Nut, and the Jaws will Fall Out. Pop the Other Set of Jaws In, and Finger Tighten the Nut. Done.



You Have Never Seen a Broadhead This Sharp. Sharpens Too Many Brands To List. Works With Any Bench Sharpening Stone:

Arkansas Stones - Ceramic Stones - Diamond Stones


Heavy Duty Construction Featuring:

  • Extruded and Machined Aluminum Frame and Jaws

  • Stainless Steel Components, Including a 14 Ga. Wrench

  • Proudly Made In the USA and Guaranteed for Life.

*Not For Sharpening Conventional 3 or 4 Blade Broadheads.



The KME Broadhead Sharpener is also angle adjustable


Finding the correct angle for the blade you’re sharpening:

1.) Clamp the broadhead or blade in the jaws.

2.) Color the factory bevel with a sharpie or felt tip marker

3.) Run the broadhead over the stone briefly.

4.) Look closely at the bevel to see exactly where the ink has been removed by the stone.

In this picture we can see that the stone is removing ink from only the very cutting edge of the blade. The majority of the ink is still on the bevel. This means we have the angle set too high.

Note: There’s really no problem with sharpening at an angle which is higher than the original factory grind. In fact, all we’re doing is creating a secondary micro-bevel (also known as duplex bevel geometry) which greatly increases the cutting edge durability. Cutting edge durability is even more important with broadheads than it is with knives, so adding a micro-bevel to your broadheads isn’t necessarily a bad idea.

5.) To adjust the sharpening angle, loosen the screw on the roller bracket and slide the bracket further back. Retighten the screw and run the broadhead over the stone again. (The wrench that comes with the broadhead sharpener doubles as a screwdriver for this).

This picture shows that the angle is set to match the original factory bevel angle. Note that the ink has been removed from the cutting edge and from the entire face of the bevel as well.

By sliding the roller bracket forward or backward as needed, we can match just about any factory bevel angle.



New BHD Delta Jaws

When we designed our broadhead sharpener, most broadheads were relatively large. Recently several shorter, more compact Delta style heads have become quite popular. With the original jaws, these smaller heads aren’t centered in the clamp correctly which results in inconsistent sharpening. To resolve this issue, we developed these accessory “Delta Jaws” which center these short, compact heads extremely well and make sharpening them a breeze. For use with short delta style heads like Iron Will, VPA, Tuffhead Evolution, OzCut and others. Single or double bevel.

Q: “How do I know if I need the Delta jaws for my broadheads”?

A: The vast majority of broadheads do not require the accessory Delta jaws. However, if your broadheads are less than 2” in length and look similar to these, then you’ll need the Delta jaws.

Broadheads that are more traditionally shaped like these which are over 2” long sharpen fine with the original jaws, no need to purchase the Delta jaws.



New- KME Broadhead sharpener High Angle Spacer Block

Recently several new single bevel broadheads have come out with very high sharpening angles. This simple accessory spacer block fits between the frame and roller bracket enabling our sharpener to attain angles from 30 to 35 degrees.

Just remove the roller bracket from the frame, install the spacer block and roller bracket together with the included longer screw and you can now sharpen all these single bevel heads- Tuffhead, VPA, Iron Will and others”. (Does not work for Strickland Helix broadheads or Bishop broadheads which have 40 degree bevel angles).