Originally Posted by Chainfire
Placement is more important then any other variable. Practice, practice, practice.
I practice by shooting tums Anti acid tablets so Im 100% confident I can hit the right spot
A few years back my coon dog chased a coon up a tree that had 2 of my cats in it and they didn't seem to like eachother.....pitch black no lights no sights I shot the coon 5 times with the same rifle that had crappy lead hollow points. I sat watching waiting for that coon to fall and hit the ground for 30-45 minutes....he was found by some niehbor kids in a creek being circled by hawks the next day about a 1/4 of a mile away.
I'm certainly not proud of that and I was ALOT stupider then
This time I have a flashlight and laser on a night varmint hunting scope and a lot more rounds down range and I refuse to go home from the woods with out a couple bushy tail bandits in my bag and freezer