Last year I was fortunate to have a friend with me on my hunting expedition. He is an very good photographer and took these foto's by using a camera taking 10 frames per second. This is an Oryx (we call it a Gemsbok in South Africa) hunted in the Kalahari, a semi desert area in the nortwestern part of South Africa - sand dunes and bushes. I took this shot at 190 meters. By looking at the first pic, you can see the Oryx kicking upwards with its hind legs as the bullet caught him just under his right eye. In the second pic you can see the wound. The third pic shows the buck dropping down. I used my 7 mm Tombi loaded with a 162 gr Hornady SST bullet - very accurate. This was sudden death - the way we as dedicated hunters try to do it every time.