So, how do you avoid potential problems? First, check all your carbon arrows before you shoot. If any have noticeable nicks, scars or damage, toss them. Next, never shoot at the same target twice. Make sure your target has multiple bull's-eyes, and shoot one, and only one, arrow into each. This will prevent any arrow from hitting another. Do the same with your 3-D deer target-- shoot only one arrow at a time into the vitals. Do this, and your carbon arrows will continue to be dependable hunting tools every season.