Please keep in mind that if a deer is slightly quartering towards you and you put the arrow right behind the shoulder your probably going to miss the opposite lung.
2 years ago I shot 2 does back to back. The first doe quartered towards me just slightly when I stopped her with a mrrr
The arrow hit right where I was aiming and she crashed off through the corn.
Second big doe stop perfectly broadside, Arrow slammed through her and I watched her go down.
This was early in my hunt and I wanted to make sure to give the 1st doe plenty of time and I still had a buck tag so
it was getting close to noon, and with the temps rising I wanted to get my does out of there. I was just getting
ready to climb down when I heard something coming through the corn. I got my bow ready and waited.
The deer came out of the corn and I realized this was my first doe...I could not beleive it. More than 3 hrs had passed and she was still on her feet. I ranged her and was waiting for her to get a little closer and she collapsed. I got down and snuck up on her ready to put another arrow in her but she was done.
had I started tracking this doe after an hour I would have never found her.
When I cut her open I could clearly see I only got the one lung.
here they are. The doe closest to me was the 1 lunger, that is the entrance.