A good friend of mine that lived in Kentucky for 20 years moved to Indiana three years ago. He was so used to hunting with a rifle that he bought a Winchester model 9410. He has used this gun and shot six deer with it, only to find one. He sold the 9410 before this season and is now using a muzzleloader. He also said the one deer that he found dropped dead on the spot, but it was only a 20 yard shot. He added that in 20 years hunting in Ky., he never shot a deer that he didnt find. The .410 put a bad taste in his mouth and he wondered why Indiana would let you hunt with it. I told him it was probably because they are easier on the shoulder of young hunters and women. Im all for the introduction of some rifle rounds to our general firearm season.