Just curious if anyone else has had this happen. This fall I shot a great 4x4 whitetail from about 7 yards in a ground blind. The deer was perfectly broadside. Had a complete pass through, and heard the deer go down. When I got out to grab my arrow I saw that all 3 of the blades had been broken off clean at the shaft. When I went to field dress my deer I checked the entrance and exit wounds. The entrance was about an inch in diameter, and the exit was about the diameter of the arrow shaft. When I opened up the deer, I found all 3 blades inside the chest cavity. The broadhead was screwed on firmly, and the head was brand new. Any ideas?? I shoot a 60# mathews reezen.
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