Well, I did put replacement blades in that Trocar broadhead and the wife took a doe with it, too. It broke a rib on entrance and smashed the humerus bone on exit. That deer, also, ran less than 35 yards and she saw it drop. I found the bolt and it appears to be as true and pristine as the day I made it. I think I'll put a new set of replacement blades in it again and see if we can't get number 3 with it.
I used to think that Muzzy's logo, "Bad to the bone," was a bit trite and mostly just an advertising hook-phrase. But, from what I've seen in two kills with the same broadhead/bolt, it is a pretty good depiction of the Muzzy's performance. Even after breaking a rib and shoulder bone, the blades showed little signs of abuse. A lot must be said, of course, for the fact that shot placement was near perfect with double-lung hits both times, but the bolt and broadhead continue to be undamaged except for the blades. There was no immediately obvious bloodtrail on either deer for the first fifteen or twenty yards. Again, mid-chest shot placement would account for this. When the deer drops within sight in 35 yards, who needs a bloodtrail?