Have to tell this and must warn you the photos are bloody and graphic. So if you have a weak tummy do not look. I was bow hunting in western Kansas this past week seeing lots of deer but, let the Mama's and small bucks past, then just at dark a single doe comes down the trail to an alfalfa field. At 35 yards I let fly and watched the lighted knock fly true. But it did not pass through, which was a first for these broadheads, and the doe dropped flat to the ground. Then she jumped up and went back the way she came and after three steps the arrow fell to the ground. It was a long half hour as it got darker and the coyotes started singing, just looking at the little green light out there. Finally I climbed down and went to where I shot and marked the spot. Then to the shaft which was broken about 6 inches from the broadhead. Only 3 drops of blood where the shaft fell but nothing else but a little brown hair. Sadness creeped into my soul and I figured it was going to be a long search in the dark alone. I stood the lighted shaft up to keep my bearing and started looking in the direction the doe went. At 50 yards I stood up a second shaft and turned on the lighted knock and started a grid search back to the first. Not a bit of sign. So went 50 yards past second shaft and set up a third lighted shaft and started back when I came upon the doe dead as a door nail. Not a drop of blood! The first photo is the entrance point and the leg was broken. Second photo is where the leg bone was busted clean into by the broadhead.(I cut the meat back to see) Third photo is where it poked into the ribcage cutting ribs going in. Fourth photo is the jagged cut on the off side shoulder but the skin was not broken. That large "Y" cut was made by the broadhead. Fifth photo is in the "Y" and is where the Snuffer SS was resting with about 3 inches of shaft. Sixth photo is of the Snuffer SS. Magnus will finally have to warranty a head for me. The last photo is of cut ribs. OMG I have seen less damage by a 165 gr .30-06 then what happened here. Only the off side lung was nicked and she bleed out inside. If the broadhead was not bent it could be sharpened and used again. I went to these heads because the deer here are so FAT they plug up the holes. But to bust a leg bone and ribs coming and going is amazing even if you get no blood trail. So never give up till you know for sure and have done your best to look for the deer.