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Old January 2, 2012, 08:44 PM   #1
Win73
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Location: Alabama
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Two with one shot?

This morning I was deer hunting. There were five does feeding 75 yards out in front of my shooting house. At one point two of them were side by side, broadside to me. The bigger one was in front with a smaller one behind it. I was tempted to try to kill both of them with one shot.

I was shooting a 150 grain Remington Core-lokt out of a .30-06. My question is, should I have taken the two for one shot?

I didn't take the shot but I did kill the bigger doe a few minutes later when they moved apart.
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