I was having a discussion with a friend of mine that archery hunts. We were discussing my new crossbow. When he saw how it shot the bolts completely through a foam target we had an intersting converstaion. He is of the opinion that you don't want an arrow to go completly through a deer, that with the arrow sticking in the deer the running of the deer and branches hitting the arrow causes the broadhead to move around inside the deer causing more damage and killing it quicker. I'm of the opinion that 2 holes (one in and one out) bleed more than one and make it easier to track as well. What are your thoughts? Do you want your arrows to stick half way in a deer or penetrate completly through?