If you don't like to see blood in a picture with a dead deer, them just click off this post.
Here is some pics I had on my older camera & had not down loaded.
This is the first deer I killed with my rage broadheads. I also killed an elk & a coyote with them last year & had good results from both kills.
They leave the biggest entrance & exit wound that I have personally seen. The blood trails are easy to follow too.
One big draw back I have found is that they will open up very easily if you catch then on anything like grass or twigs.
I would not recommend then for hunting on the ground, especially in grassy areas.
I now use 3 blade pro series spitfire, they also have cut on contact blade on the tip, when I am walking on the ground mostly. Then the 2 blade rage, while in a treestand.
That was a quartering away shoot from just over 30 yards.
I think it hit the spin up in the neck & worked back out after about 20 yards. A little over half the arrow was blood coated, with a little hair on it. The deer went about 50-60 yards then crashed on the edge of the standing corn.
It may have also cut his windpipe, guessing from all the blood that may have come out the nose & mouth
He was a 168#, nine pointer & my first deer from the ground.