In the last 5 years, I have hit 3 bucks in the shoulder only to find a broken arrow about an inch from the broadhead laying on the ground where they took off running. I always aim for the crease, but evidently push or pull the shot a bit on the release (from time to time) only to hear the dreaded "crack"! I've spent days looking for these deer, so not looking to get busted on for leaving a deer I shot, but honestly looking for what may be a simple answer. Where do you guys aim exactly on a perfectly broadside deer? I don't ever shoot quartering to...only broadside or away. How far is too far back to aim? Maybe a dumb question, but I am not to excited about a gut shot either...just looking to be a bit more consistent.