Here's a scenario for everyone. There's a nice buck 140-150 class 45 yards out and it's close to dark. You can tell by the way he's acting he's not coming any closer, but you can't tell if there is anything small between you and him. He presents you with a broadside shot. What do you do? A lot of people take this shot even if they aren't practiced for it. This leads to the injury of a great buck. I don't like it when people don't have any patience. If it's not a good shot for you why take it. I pesonally wouldn't take this shot no matter how bad I wanted the deer. What do you guys think?