Annihilators are easily resharpenable and reusable
The vast majority of broadheads are good for one shot only. Moving parts, fasteners, cut outs, seams, etc. all weaken the structural integrity of a broadhead. The Annihilator is investment cast out of a solid piece of 4140 Alloy, one of the toughest high carbon steels available. It's hardened to Rockwell RC:52 for the optimal balance of exceptional edge retention and sharpness specific for to this metal.
The Annihilator is pretty much indestructible. Arrow shafts and arrow components typically fail before the Annihilator tip or edges see any damage. Annihilators are also backed by a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defect.
The Annihilator doesn’t warp, bend, or break when passing through an animal, no matter the shot placement. If you want to resharpen, the edges are pitched at 30 degrees so you can simply lay it flat on any diamond stone and take a few passes. Getting a factory edge can be done in the field in under 5 minutes. Next time a grouse walks by don’t hesitate to send it and use the same broadhead on an elk!