Like any argument, it will never be settled until we can all agree on what the measurement for success or acceptable terminal performance includes. If one is antelope hunting
on flat, high altitude prarie, it may be fine if the animal runs 200 yards after being hit and then expires.
This may be TOTALLY Unacceptable on a high altitude sheep hunt where the animal runs off a steep grade and is lost or ruined.
If the measure is the death and recovery of the animal, then MK's are successful in many conditions, keep in mind if you get better accuracy with your weapon with MK's but optimal terminal effect with something else, it won't matter if you do not hit your target.
If you are the sensitive type who carries a stopwatch to measure the time a shot animal suffers before expiration, perhaps you are in the wrong sport, or need to pull your stopwatch out the next time you see a group of lioness tear apart a zebra to get some relative perspective.
Whatever you decide or communicate, be specific, we all hunt under vastly different conditions and ranges. These small differences can produce vastly different outcomes, the devil is truly in the DETAILS, details we can all learn from. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]