Here's a story all to common. A friend of mine's relative was out on Sunday the 15th during the evening. As he had just gotten out of his stand, a small buck appeared. He nocked an arrow, drew, and shot. He missed and the buck ran off. The story takes a turn leaning toward the unbelievable. About 30 seconds later(as the third hand story goes), another, and larger buck emerges. He nocks another arrow, shoots, and misses, with the buck making a hasty exit. That's not all. A few minutes after the second buck(it's totally dark now), what he thought was another buck walked out. He took his third shot, this time actually hitting the deer but God only knows where. He went out the next day to find it and only found blood for 50 yards and that was it. Another bad bowhunter taking a bad shot and leaving the deer a slow death. I tell this story to make a point....IF YOU OR ANYONE YOU KNOW CAN'T HIT THE BROADSIDE OF A BARN WITH A BOW OR DOESN'T KNOW THIER LIMITATIONS, GET OUT OF THE WOODS. Chances are you'll never find the deer but the deer will have a slow and wasteful death. Bowhunting is my favorite thing to do on earth and I'm not trying to be a downer, just want to emphasize that bowhunting is a sport that takes practice, common sense, and an ability to decide if you can or can't make a clean shot.