Opening morning of bow hunting moose season this year a buddy of mine chased a spike bull for over a mile. And when it came time to shoot, at approx. 50 yards he messed up the shot and hit him smack dab in the upper hindquarter taking out the femur bone. It knocked the bull off his feet, but he was able to get back up and move off. My buddy was able to get on him again and this time put one through the lungs to put him down for keeps. He called me to help him butcher and pack him out. For doing so he gave me half the moose and that afternoon I dealt with the hindquarter that was hit. In all my days I have seen quite a bit of blood shot meat, but I never would have imagined that this arrow could do so much damage. Despite all the bloodshot that worked it's way almost throughout the hindquarter, I wanted to show you what it did to the bone. If I hadn't have known better I would have thought this animal was shot with a high powered rifle. It really did amaze me...!!!