You have just taken what you thought was a great shot, but it turns out when you approach your small game, (i.e. squirrel, rabbit) that you have inflicted although a mortal wound, one that the animal is going to suffer from for a while. Lacking experience, and having only hunted 1 small game season so far, what is the most efficient way to end suffering? Is it to simply step back and shoot it again or is there a more preferred method? We must always strive to make every shot kill instantly, but this is not always the case, need input. Thanks
I thought I'd seen it all, until a 22WMR spun a bunny 2 1/4 times in the air!