We had that happen one year with the muzzleloader! I was the “spotter” and mr muddy was the “shooter”. I got a little overexcited when the group of deer started walking out and mr muddy picked what looked like the biggest and ended up shooting a button right in the keister!!!! He charged the blind and luckily turned jist in time to take a second shot!One year I was up on the stand and noticed a deer out in the open eating some grass. I looked thru my scope and saw no antlers, even checked twice. Cocked my rifle and fired. The deer must have heard the cock and turned away as I fired. I tracked it to a small stream and went to find some one to help me drag it out. When we got back my helper held one of the deer's hind legs up and said that's not a doe.
Once we pulled him out I realized I had shot him in the behind (got the femeral artery)
From then on everyone at the camp called me "the a$$ master".
I’ve been banned from putting a decoy out!!! I tend to get bored and finally shoot the decoy