Watched a huge 8 jump a fence a 40 across from me and gave him the buck roar. He stopped looked my way and here he comes. I got behind a cedar and knocked my arrow, he closed to 25 yds and when he got broadside I drew. When I aimed at him , all 3 pins were in the lung area(yalls deer are HUGE) I let it fly and it buried up to the wrap on the shaft in the high lung just under spine. He bounced all the way across the field and went in a small woodlot. 13 hours later I decided to look for him, we found the arrow 100 yds from the shot with 13 to 14" penetration. Very little blood. No deer in small woodlot and the next woodlot was not on our property so we didn't look. When I was replacing the luminock the next day, 13" of gelled blood rolled out of the shaft, dead deer I thought! The T3 has grooves that will allow blood to run into the insert and thru the threads. Jumped up and went to the farmerr with the big woodlot and he said go look. After hours of searching, no deer. Two mornings later he was in the same field pushing does and fending off small bucks. I rattled him to the same corner and he winded me at 100 yds and ran back across the field and crossed the fence exactly where he had 2 days earlier. What could I have hit to get that much blood in my arrow and not kill him?