I got bored last weekend and decided to see for myself just how far arrows would fly off course from glancing through brush, twigs and leaves. I've passed on shots at some nice bucks because I thought it risky at best to shoot through berry bushes and other brush type obstructions. I shot through berry bushes, and fairly dense twig size branches and leaves at distances from 15 to 30 yards. After three dozen shots my only complete miss was stopped in a 2" sapling. The only shot I felt was off enough to be a poor hit was about 8" high. Most other shots landed within 4" of my aim point. I'm feeling some regret now at passing on a shot at a nice 8 point from my tree stand because he was in a briar patch. He was only 10 yards from my tree but I viewed the shot unethical because of the brush. Do any of you have experience with this? What would you do given the information in this test in a similar circumstance to my 8 point incident?