Originally Posted by 375HH
And you don't control animal movement after the bullet leaves the muzzle.
Which does not change irrespective of range.
The longer the range the wider the variables become which is why precision equipment and an experienced shooter/hunter will always think long and hard about pulling the trigger be more diligent in determining if the "shot is right".
Whether it's a 25yds quick shot in the brush or 2,000yds away, ultimately the only person who can make such a determination is the man/woman behind the trigger.
You will find that in this crowd we pride ourselves on using absolutely every lawful advantage we can find to ensure that when we do decide the "shot is right", it is. We are all willing to accept the responsibility which follows the release of the trigger.