I've been lucky enough to have a lot of shots on deer but a few really stand out. They are the shots that will bring back vivid memories for a lifetime; the kind you talk about around the camp fire. Here is one of them. I had been hunting funnel area 30 yards from a field in front of me and 30 yards from a railroad embankment to the right. There was a big thicket across the tracks that I knew was a bedding area. I had been in the stand for 4 hours and was just about to climb down when three bucks came came charging across the tracks and came to a screeching halt right in front of me. A nice 6 pointer was closest at 10 yards with his back to me. I love that shot because it provides a large target and a hit anywhere in front of the back legs will put them down at that angle. I picked a spot right at the last rib and let the arrow go. Somehow the shot went high...real high, and hit the buck right in the back of the head! It sounded like a rock hit by a baseball bat. He went down like a sack of potatoes and never even flinched. Two inches higher and it would have been a clean miss. I'll never forget that shot even though it was technically a bad one. Tell us about you most memorable shots. I'll bet there are some good ones.