The hot streak continued last week after the old lady got her first deer of the season, I was able to take one for myself. I have to say, those spitfire double cross broadheads are WICKED. 23 yards quartering away at last light, broadhead and about 2" of arrow broke off in the opposite shoulder but the BH was still in tact when I pulled it out. Found her 60 yards from where I shot her, and had an incredible blood trail. I actually had my buddies son out with me who wants to start bowhunting next year, I think it is safe to say the fire is lit under his butt. Took this from this FB post I put up... " Part of our obligation as hunters is to pave the way for the next generation of outdoorsmen and women. Teaching ethics, woodsmanship, and safety were my priority this year as I planned on taking out new hunters for their first time in the woods. My buddy Tyler joined me last night for his first time getting in a treestand, or the woods for that matter, and I think the fire is lit under him to put the practice time in with his bow and mirror the success of last nights hunt. I couldn't be happier with how this season is going. "