I have heard about people bow hunting whitetail deer where a perfectly placed shot can turn into a complete miss due to the deer's reaction. When I heard this, I thought it was impossible. But I found a clip on the internet showing a step by step shot missing a deer. Here's my basic thinking- a bow may shoot over 360 ft/s, but just say 350 ft/s. Say a shot is placed from 25 yds. away. Take away time for sound to travel from when the arrow is released, minus the deer's reaction time, I don't see how it's possible. The deer will drop enough so that the arrow will shoot over the deer completely. Look at the link and explain http://bowsite.com/BOWSITE/features/articles/deer/stringjumping/ just curious.... Thanks!