Nice work, Army.I wouldn't sweat about the esthetic of the stirrup, if it fits good on the biggest boot you're apt to be wearing while stalking the tundra, it's perfect!
I'm a big fan of single bevel broadheads, though for me it's purely academic because I've never hunted. I've made a few over the years but came at it from my own angle so I had to research Ashby to see who you were talking about. I made them at first because it is the easiest way to get a clean, slick edge on steel, I've been sharpening my pocket knives that way forever, so why not a broadhead? Then I got intrigued by how they tended to drill in deeper and proved more difficult to extract from my layered cardboard targets. I've ground out a few with sweeping parabolic curves that I think would be effective.
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