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Join Date: Mar 2014
Location: Butler / Moshannon Pa
Iím not doubting you, but that is pretty rare. I shot at a deer, recovered the arrow, looked clean. When I got back to the truck and put on my reading glasses, I discovered a little blood on the head and fletching. As Dpms stated, almost always some blood, tissue or hair on a broad head. The Spitfires I use always have something on them after a pass through.
I think todayís carbon arrows donít hold blood like aluminum arrows did. Iím old enough to have killed a couple with cedar shafts and real feathers....they were a bloody mess.