I had a hard time figuring out what happened on the 8 point I shot Thursday. Good shot placement, but the deer went about 200 yards. I came up on the deer and he wasn't dead, and he jumped up and ran another 150 yards before giving it up. Very difficult blood trail to follow, but we did find him. So what happened??? Dull broadhead. Punched through--arrow completely passed through, just evidently didn't cut like it should have. I knew better, but I thought they were sharp. I realized just how dull they were when I tried pushing the broadhead through a doubled up plastic Wal-Mart sack. The plastic had to stretch over the blades before it would basically tear through. With the new blades, it went through with virturally no effort. Good lesson re-learned, and I'm glad it turned out as good as it did. On the doe today, same arrow, deer standing in the same spot as the 8 pt., but with new blades installed, complete pass-through again, good blood trail, deer went maybe 40 yards. Sometimes we forget about the basics. Check your broadheads! By the way, when your broadheads get dull, do you buy new blades (I use the 4 blade Muzzy) or do you resharpen yours? If you sharpen them, what is the best sharpener to use?